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OPISTHOBRANCH NEWSLETTER Volume 13, Number 6, Page 22 

top about 30 years ago and remaining almost totally barren to this day. 

Our ship, the Alpha Helix, was until recently the flag vessel of the Scripps research fleet 
and was well equipped for investigations at sea. Althought our program was primarily oriented 
toward the collecting of algae and invertebrates for natural products chemistry research, my 
14 collector/colleagues aboard were very cooperative in extending their activities to help in a 
survey of the opisthobranch population from these and the more inshore Tres Marias Islands. 
Although we circled the islands from seaward, it was evident from observation, charts and 
enormous surf that intertidal or inshore collecting wouldn't prove. feasible. Thus, most of our 
work was confined to offshore snorkel and SCUBA. In all, I was able to record only a rather 
disappointing 21 species consisting of 123 specimens. Still, 5 of those are undescribed and 
one, an elysoid sacoglossan. probably represents a new genus with affinites to both Caribbean 
and Indo-Pacific relatives." - Jim Lance. 

From Bob Burn: "The first two weeks of April, I spent with Fred Wells of the Western 
Australian Museum. Six days were taken up with field work in the Albany area of southern 
Western Australia, where we collected on soft bottoms, among seagrasses and on reef platforms 
with satisfying results. Albany is situated on King George Sound, an area visited and collected 
by Quoy and Gaimard in October 1826. These Frenchmen described several bubble shells from 
that locality — namely Liloa brevis, Akera bicincta, Adamnestia arachis and Bulla australis 
(now B. quoyii Gray). We were fortunate enough to find all except the third species. Tornatina 
apicluata Take also has its type locality in King George Sound, and a number of living 
specimens were found. 

Two range extensions are worth mentioning. Aplysia gigantea Sowerby 1869 was found 400 km 
further south and east than normal, and Crimora multidigitalis Burn 1957 was found 2500 km 
further west than previously reported." - Bob Burn. 

From Kikutaro Baba: "In March I visited New Zealand and Sydney for a short time. 
Fortunately I was able to speak with Dr. M.C. Miller of the Auckland University at his residence, 
and Dr. R.W. Rudman of the Australian Museum at his office. 

In May I tried again to study Melibe of Japan rather extensively. Possibly the most common 
form of our Melibe is referable to Melibe pilosa Pease, i860 in its wide sense, as some of the 
previous authors suggested. The types of M. papillosa (de Filippi, 1867) and M. vexillifera 
Bergh, 1880 seemed to be based both on juvenile specimens of M. pilosa Pease, i860 (s.l.). It is 
hoped, however, that the pilosa specimens from Hawaii will be studied in more detail by the 
local workers." - Kikutaro Baba 

CURRENT EVENTS: 

The Los Angeles Oceanic Society's Coastal Monitoring Conference. Seasons in the Sea, will t 
held Saturday, June 13, 1981, at the Chace Park Community Building, Mindanao Way, Marina Del Rey, 
California. Several papers on marine life and marine features will be given. One paper by 
John Scotesi is entitled: Sea Hare Migration Phenomenon off Palos Verdes. Conference pre- 
registration is $3-00 per person. 

The fourteenth annual meeting of the Western Society of Malacologists will be held from June 
23, 1981, to June 26, 1981, at San Diego State University. Olmeca Hall will be the focal point for 
housing and some of the evening small gatherings. The actual meetings will be in Aztec Center 
Council Chamber. The following opisthobranch papers are scheduled for presentation: 

Thursday 8:45 AM Symposium: Recent Opisthobranch Research. James R. Lance, Scripps 
Institution of Oceanography, Chairman. 

8:50 AM - A new Species of Anisodoris with a discussion of the taxonomy of the subfamily 
Discodorididae. Sandra Millen, Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia. 

9:05 AM - The Yellow-Spot Disease of the Nudibranch Tritonia diomedea. Norman McLean, 
Department of Zoology, San Diego State University, and David Porter, Department of Botany, 
University of Georgia. 

9:30 AM - Chemical Defense in Nudibranchs. Roger P. Walker and Janice E. Thompson, University 
of California, San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. 

10:15 AM - Coffee Break. 

10:30 AM - Comparative Zoogeography of Hawaiian and Pacific Basin Nudibranchs. Hans 
Bertsch, Associate, California Academy of Sciences. 

11:00 AM - Opisthobranch Information Resources. Steven J. Long. 

11:30 AM - Current Research in Opisthobranch/ Algae Symbiosis. James R. Lance, University of 
California, San Diego; Scripps Institution of Oceanography. 

At 7:00 PM on Wednesday, June 24, there will be a nudibranch slide show in the lobby of 
Olmeca Hall. 

Throughout the meeting there will be a display of opisthobranch photographic prints and a 
display of literature. In addition, my opisthobranch fiche library and computer system will be 
in a room at Olmeca Hall for use and demonstration along with microfiche readers and other 
equipment. 

ADDRESS CHANGES AND CORRECTIONS: 

Gary McDonald, Long Marine Lab., University of California, Santa Cruz, California 95064. 
EDITOR'S NOTE: 

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The Opisthobranch Newsletter is published by 
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EDITOR'S NOTE 

I apologize for the delay in publishing this 
issue of Opisthobranch Newsletter. I have been 
working for several months to complete an index 
for publication in the ON and have decided that it 
should be printed in draft form so that people can 
start using it and, hopefully, send additions and 
corrections. The wait should be worthwhile. 

Thanks to Dave Behrens, J. A. Ortea, Itaru 
Usuki, Terry Gosliner, Malcolm Edmunds, William 
Jaeckle, R. Tucker Abbott, Joandomenec Ros, Hans 
Bertsch, Bob Burn, Sandra Millen. and others who 
have recently sent information for the ON. 

CURRENT EVENTS 

The Western Society of Malacologists, Recent 
Opisthobranch Research symposium, chaired by 
James Lance, included the following Opistho- 
branch papers presented on June 25, 1981: 

A new species of Anisodoris with a discussion 
of the taxonomy of the family Discodorididae. 



Sandra Millen. 

The Yellow-Spot Disease of- the Nudibranch 
Tritonia diomedea. Norman McLean, Deps 'tment of 

Zoology, San Diego State University, and David 
Porter. 

Chemical Defense in Nudibranchs. Roger P 
Walker and Janice E. Thompson. 

Comparative Zoogeography of Hawaiian and 
Pacific Basin Nudibranchs. Hans Bertsch. 

Opisthobranch Information Resources. Steven 
J. Long. 

The slide show included Pacific Coast, south 
sea, and Gulf of California opisthobrarohs. 
Opisthobranch people attending included James 
Lance, Dave Mulliner, Ren Velarde, Patti Mastan, 
Steve Long, Hans Bertsch, Jeff Hamann, Pat 
LaFollette, Sandra Millen, & Howard Ratzraan. 

PAPER 

Range Extensions of Several Opisthobranchs 

from Humboldt County, California 

by 

William Jaeckle 

Recent publications (Behrens, 1980 ; McDonald 
and Nybakken, 1981 ) have contributed signifi- 
cantly to our knowledge of the biology of 
opisthobranch molluscs from the Northeast 
Pacific. However, because of the paucity of 
published accounts from northern California and 
Oregon, the zoogeographies! information within 
these works is, in several cases, inaccurate. 
Historically, studies of opisthobranch molluscs 
have centered around two geographical regions: 
from Boaega Bay, California to Baja California, 
Mexico, and from northwest Washington to 
northwest British Columbia, Canada. The reported 
distributions of the species present in the 
littoral zone reflect the intensity of study in 
these regions. Unfortunately, few data are 
available from the area between these two 
regions. This paper presents new distributional 
data for ten nudibranch species from Humboldt 
County, California' (figure 1). 




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Humboldt County, California 



Voluse 13(7):24 



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Collection Sites 

A Palmer's Point, Patrick's Point State Park 

(41007'21"N; 124O09'32"W) 
B Abalone Beach 

(41007'20"N; 124O09'32"W) 
C Trinidad Head 

(41003'07"N: 124oo7'51"W) 
D North Humboldt Bay Vi* 

(40O5TN; 124oo8'W) 
E Coast Guard Station, Humboldt Bay 

(40o45'53"N; 12Uoi3'02"W) 



Point State Park, Humboldt County to Punta Cabras, 
Mexico (Duxbury Reef, Marin County, California)* 

Polycera atra MacFarland, 1905. North Humboldt 
Bay_, Humboldt County to Los Coronados, Baja 
California. Mexico. (Tomales Bay, Marin County, 
California)* 

Triopha maculata MacFarland, 1905. Palmer s 
Point, Patrick's Point State Park, Humboldt County 
to Cabo San quintin, Baja California, Mexico 

(P.nHpcra Rsv. .^nnnma flnnntv. falifnr'r.ia'i* 



The invertebrate fauna of Humboldt County, 
California is inadequately described, and the 
opisthobranch molluscs have been scarcely 
examined. The recent literature concerning the 
opisthobranch fauna of Humboldt County ^consists 
of the following: Wicksten and DeMartini's (1973) 
discussion of the feeding habits of Tochuina 
tetraquetra (Pallas, 1786); McDonald's (1977) 
reported photograph of Crimora coneja Marcus, 
19d1, and Jaeckle's (1981) extension of the 
geographical range of Hallaxa chani Gosliner and 
Williams, 1975 to Abalone Beach, Humboldt County. 
A two year examination of the littoral 
opisthobranch fauna of Humboldt County has 
revealed geographical range extensions of ten 
species (Table 1). Voucher specimens of nine 
species have been deposited in the Invertebrate 
Museum, Humboldt State Univer-sity, Areata; a 
single specimen of Aldisa sanguinea (Cooper, 
1862) has been placed in the invertebrate 
collection of the California Academy of Sciences, 
San Francisco, bearing the voucher number 01693- 



Table 1 

Geographical Range Extensions 
from Humboldt County 

Acanthodoris rhodoceras Cockerell in Cockerell 
and Eliot, 1905. Coast Guard Station, Humboldt Bay, 
Humboldt County to Los Coronados. Baja Califor- 
nia, Mexico (Dillon Beach, Marin County, 
California)* 

Aldisa sanguinea (Cooper, 1862). Palmer's Point, 
Patrick's Point State Park, Humboldt County to 
Isla San Diego, Baja California, Mexico (Bodega 
Bay, Sonoma County California)* 

Aldisa sanguinea cooperi Robilliard and Baba, 
1972. Pearse Island, Bristish Columbia, Canada to 
Trinidad Head, Humbolt County, Japan (Anquilar 
Point Barkley Sound, Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada)* 

Cuthona cocoachroma Gosliner and Williams, 1979. 
Trinidad Head, Humboldt County to Duxbury Reef, 
Marin County, California (Coleman Beach, Sonoma 
County, California)* 

Cuthona flavovulta (MacFarland, 1966). Palmer's 
Point, Patrick's Point State Park, Humboldt County 
to Shell Beach, San Luis Obispo County, California 
(Palomarin, Marin County, California)* 

Cuthona lagunae (O'Donoghue, 1926). Palmer's 
Point, Patrick's Point State Park, Humboldt County 
to Punta Cabras, Mexico (Palomarin, Marin County, 
California)* 

Dendrodoris albopunctata (Cooper, 1863). Abalone 
Beach, Humboldt County, to Punta San Eugenio, Baja 
California, Mexico (Mendocino, California)* 

Doto kya Marcus, 1961. Palmer's Point, Patrick's 



(Bodega Bay, Sonoma County, California) 
* = previous range limit 



References 

09970 BEHRENS, D.W., 1980. Pacific Coast 
Nudibranchs. Sea Challengers, Los Osos, Califor- 
nia, 112Dp. 

10030 HAMANN, J., 1981. Range Extensions of 
Northeast Pacific Opisthobranchs. Opisthobranch 
Newsl., 13:21. 

02483 JAECKLE, W.B., 1981. New Distributional 
Records for Two California Nudibranchs. Veliger, 
23:240. 

09979 McDONALD, G.R., 1977. A Review of the 
Nudibranchs of the California Coast. Unpubl. 
Master's Thesis, Calif. State Univ., Hayward, ix + 
337 Dp. 

10031 McDONALD, G.R. & J.W. NYBAKKEN, 1981 . Guide 
to the Nudibranchs of California. American 
Malacologists, Inc., Melbourne, Florida, 72 pp. 

05465 WICKSTEN, M.K. & J.D. DeMARTINI, 1973- 
Observations of the Feeding Habits of Tochuina 
tetraquetra (Pallas). Veliger, 15:195. 



CHANGE OF ADDRESS 

Hans Bertsch has moved. His address for 
mailing is still P.O. Box 2041, Spring Valley, CA 
92077, but his telephone number is now 714/465- 
1198. 

Kathe R. Jensen, Department of Biological 
Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology, 150 
West University Blvd., Melbourne, FL 32901. 

Joandomenec Ros, Departamento de Ecologia, 
Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Murcia, 
Murcia, Spain. 

PERSONAL NOTES 

Kathe Jensen is back in Florida after a year in 
Denmark. She is hoping to start some post- 
doctoral research with Kerry Clark and has two 
papers in preparation and two in press (one on 
feeding methods and one on chemoreception in 
Ascoglossa). 

Stephen A. Karl, 6509 Seville #6, Goleta, 
California: "I am a collector /diver for UCSB. 
Through this job I have become interested in 
nudibranchs. I am currently working on a project 
involving nematocyst retention times and turnover 
rates." 

Sandra Millen visited with us on the 5th of July 
while returning from a California trip. She is 
now back in Vancouver, B.C. In August she visited 
with Gary McDonald at the Long Marine Lab. 

Sandra writes: "I have sent off my Anisodoris 
paper and am finishing off an Aldisa paper with 
Terry Gosliner. I am also working on the 
Adalaria's. It may be that William Jaeckle is 
working on the same one or a similar one so I am 
trying to help him with that." 

Marielle Brandon, University of Puerto Rico, 



OPISTHOBRANCH NEWSLETTER 

Department of Marine Sciences, HayagUez, Puerto 
Rico 00708: "My mains subjects of study are eolid 
nudibranchs, particularly favorinids, but I also 
get many other West Indian opisthobranchs." 

Wes Farmer called 10-25-81. He will be moving to 
either Tucson, Arizona, or San Diego, California 
within the next month. Hope to be hearing from you, 
Wes. 

Talked to Jim Lance (10-25-81). He is reviewing 
Gosiiner & Griffiths' paper on eolids. 

From Eveline Marcus (June 1981): "Professor 
Alexander Barash, Department of Zoology, Univer- 
sity of Israel, 155 Herzl Street, Tel Aviv, Israel, 
is working on the fauna of their Red Sea (ana 
Mediterranean). He has a lot of well preserved 
cephalaspideans and wants to find someone to 
study them and describe them — and their soft 
parts!!! They can be published in Israel. 

I have had a great time with Gosiiner and South 
African Pleurobranchaea with surprising results; 
they must be prepared for publication after ray 
return. I hope to get further facts in Marseille 
next week with Claude Poizat and more on later 
stations." 

From Eveline Marcus (September 12, 1981): "Back 
from my trip to flee the Brazilian winter, I 
report: 2. June, Cape Town with the Gosliners; 
three days dissecting Pleurobranchaea at the 
S.A.M. to compare with the Western Atlantic. 
Evidently one new species. Three days to Knysna, 
no collecting, wild surf on the rocks. Some days 
in Israel; Pleurobranchaea with Al Barash, Tel 
Aviv. A week in Marseille with Claude Poizat, 
holiday; there was no material from Vayssiere, 
all in Paris (Bouchet sent some). Friends in 
Switzerland; Luise Schmekel in MUnster, Pleuro- 
branchaea, I got the finest specimen I have seen, 
but have not dissected it yet. Seen friends and 
family in Germany. Netherlands, Amsterdam, Ian 
Ball of the Turbellaria; Canada: family: 
Washington, Ted Bayer and Harald Render, who had 
lots of old Verrill material of 1880! Pleuro- 
branchaea for me, and many more to be looked at 
and classified to the genus. One must dissect 
every specimen to determine the species. Met 
Rosalie Vogel - Cumbee of Gloucester Point. 
Finally a week in Miami with Robert Work, also a 
holiday without molluscs. Back home heaps of 
letters and reprints, and the invitation to the 
"Encontro Brasileiro de Malacologia" in Rio, 1-4 
July, which I could not attend. 

I have not seen my "systematics of the genera 
of the Ascoglossa", due April in the Journal of 
Molluscan Studies, Suppl. 10. Now I am back to my 
Pleurobranchaea paper with much new material, but 
I hope to get it ready for publication in the Bolm 
Zoologia 1982. Here nobody is interested in 
opisthos, except when they find one and want it 
classified, but even that is rare. Bivalves are 
studied, and in the Museum, Pulmonates." 

From Dave Behrens: 1) Our 5 week trip to 
Canada was terrific. Sorry to have missed the 
WSM meeting, but this trip was badly needed. Lots 
of branch collecting, both intertldaliy and 
subtidal. It was most rewarding to see in person 
the marked differences in flora and fauna 
between central California and the waters up to 
the 50th parallel. While at Friday Harbor Marine 
lab we met Drs. ALison and Roger Longley. They 
are working on nervous system control of 
reproduction in branchs. Alison is very inter- 
ested in direct development in branchs, as she has 
beem working with the new undescribed direct 
development species of Haminoea from Lucas 
Island, Washington. This species is currently 
being descrioed, I understand, by Drs. Fu-Shiang 



Volume 13(7): 25 

Chia and W.B. Rudman. Nearly identical to H. 
virescens, Dr. Chia was the first to note its 
direct development. 

While camping in the Pacific Rim Provj 
Park, near Ucluelet, Vancouver Island post 
caught my eye, In advertizing daily nature h i 
for campers, the naturalist used the lead< "C< 
stalk the elusive nudibranch." 

2) The Channel Islands Research Program 
(CIRP) is looking for qualified divers interested 
in surveying Channel Island opisthobrancns. I 
believe all expenses are covered. Monthly 
cruises are made on the R/V Cormorant out of 
Catalina Marine Science Center. For information 
write or phone: Dr. Jack Engle, Catalina Mar-ine 
Science Center, P.O. Box 398, Avalon, CA 90704 - 
213/741-6792. 

3) Steve Karl, UCSB, Marine Lab is stud> 
retention time and turn-over rate of nematocysts 
in aeolids. He first worked with Hermissentia but 
had problems with feeding them non-cnidarian 
foods. He is now working with Aeolidia. Steve 
and a colleague Mark Conlm are also preparing a 
paper for publication en feeding in Aglaja 
jnermis." 

Dave Behrens returned about 11 October, from a 
trip to Mexico, including L.A. Bay. Weather was 
not too good on his trip. I hope to have some type 
of collection report before too long. 

Jennifer & I saw Ron Long in Vancouver, B.C., 
Canada, on Sunday, October" 18th. Ron is still 
taking great pictures. He carried last April and 
has a gorgeous view from his front window over 
Vancouver harbor. We tried, unsuccessfully to 
contact Sandra Millen but she was not at home. We 
spent a good evening with Pete & Sue Oringer, in 
Eureka wnile on our way home. 

Don & Kathy Cadien returned from their Canada 
trip about the 11th of October. They hit quite a 
bit of rain almost everywhere they went. 

EDITOR'S NOTE 

PLEASE HELP!!! I am trying to include personal 
notes and the like to help everyone know what is 
happening in the world of Opisthobranchia. When 
you send something in to me please be careful to 
make it readable. Typing is great; printing is 
helpful. Be especially careful with scientific 
names. I spend hours trying to decipher the 
words even in English. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF OPISTHOBRANCHIA 

Starting with this issue of the Opisthcbranch 
Newsletter, all citation numbers wlil have five 
digits. I have tried everything to keep from 
going to five digits but have decided it is easier 
to use five digits than worry about confusion with 
year numbers. All lists and indexes will be 
converted to five digits by adding a leading zero 
"0". One other change is that I will assign a 
paper a number as soon as it is listed and make no 
attempt to put the papers into alphabetical order 
within issues. The numeric and alphabetical 
cross index listings should help out quite a bit 
and they will be updated periodically. 

10000 ABREA, N.S., Septemoer 1981. [untitled]. 
Hawaiian Shell News, Sept. 1981:9- [Bulla, 
Hydatina] 

10001 BEHRENS, DAVID W. & ROBERT MENDERS 
October 1, 1961- Two New Cryptobran rid 
Nudibranchs from California. The Veliger, : 
120-128, figs. 1 - 1 . [Thordisa rubescens i 
Jorunna pardus spp. nov.l 

10002 BERTSCH, HAN:'- JO S 
Nudibranchs: Rainbows I a. Environ- 



volume 13(7) :26 

meat Southwest, 492:13-16, 3 illus. [2 color 
photos] 

10003 BERTSCH, HANS & SCOTT JOHNSON, 1981. 
Hawaiian Nudibranchs. Oriental Publishing Co., 
Honolulu, 112 pp. 

10004 COLEMAN, NEVILLE, 1981. Shells Alive! 
Rigby, pp., 62-68 opisthobranchs; text & 20 photos, 
mostly color. [Need additional information this 
citation] 

10005 DAY, J.H., J.G. FIELD & M.J. PENRITH, June 
1970. The benthic fauna and fishes of False Bay, 
South Africa. Transactions of the Royal Society 
of South Africa, 39(1):1-108. 

10006 D0MMASNES, ARE, 1969- On the fauna of 
Corallina officinalis L. in western Norway. 
Sarisa, 58:71-86. [Limapontia capitata, Doto 
coronata] 

10007 FRIDMAN, DAVID & EITAN LEVY, 1977. A 
guide to the coral world of Eilat underwater 
observation & aquarium. Tel Aviv. [150 color 
photos by David Darom; see Mienis, March 1981 for 
review of molluscan section, 7 photos] 

10008 HOOKS. THERESA, KENNETH L. HECK, Jr. & 
ROBERT J. LIVINGSTON, 1976. An inshore marine 
invertebrate community: Structure and Habitat 
Associations in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. 
Bull. Mar. Sci.. 26(1):99-109. [Aplysia wilcoxi] 

10009 JENSEN, KATHE R., 1980. Oxynoe azuro- 
punctata, n. sp., a new Sacoglossan from the 
Florida Keys (Mollusca: Opisthobranchia). J. 
Moll. Stud., 46:282-292, figs. 1-8, tbls. 1-3. 

10010 JENSEN, KATHE R., I960. A Review of 
Sacoglossan Diets, with Comparative Notes on 
Radular and Buccal Anatomy. Malacological Review, 
13:55-77, tbl. 1, figs. 1-5. [60 Sacoglossan spp.J 

10011 JENSEN, KATHE R., June 1981. Influence of 
Filament Diameter on Food Preference and Growth 
in Oxynoe azuropunctata Jensen, 1980 and ELysia 
eauze Marcus, 1957 (ODisthobranchia: Asco- 
glossa). Ophelia, 20(1):127-135, tbls. 1-5, fig. 1. 

10012 JOHNSON, SCOTT, March, 1931. Hawaii's 80 
Dorid Nudibranchs. Hawaiian Shell News, 29(3): 
15. 

10013 J0SEFS0N, A.B., 1981. Persistence and 
structure of two deep macrobenthic communities in 
the Skagerrak (West Coast of Sweden). Journal 
Exp. Biol. Ecol., 50: pp. 63-97, 12 figs., 3 tbls. & 
appendix. [3 Philine sp., Diaphana globosa, 
Cylichna cylindracea] 

10014 KEMPF, STEPHEN C, September 1981. Far- 
Flung molluscan species. Hawaiian Shell News', 
Sept. 1981:4-5; 10. [veligers: Janthina ? Aplysia 
iuliana, Phestilla sibogae, Pteraeolidia lanthxna] 

10015 MIENIS, HENK K., March 1931. Note on the 
Molluscs figured in "A Guide to the Coral World of 
Eilat". Levantina, (3D:373-374. [ Hexabranchus 
sanguineus, H. imperialis, Glossodoris quadri- 
color, Chromodoris quadricolor, Glossodoris sp., 
Hypselodoris maridadilus] 

10016 RUDMAN, W.B., February, 1980. Aeolid 
opisthobranch molluscs (Glaucidae) from the 
Indian Ocean and the south-west Pacific. 
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 68:139- 
172; f9 figs. [Phidiana militaris, P. milleri sp. 
nov., P. indica, P. bourailli, P. salaamica sp. nov., 
Favorinus japonicus, Godiva rachelae sp. nov., 
Sakuraeolis gujaratica sp. nov., S. nungunoides 
sp. nov., S. kxrembosa sp. nov. & Herviella cloaca 
sp. nov. J 

10017 V0KES, H.E., 1936. The gastropod fauna of 
the intertidal zone at Moss Beach, San Mateo 
County, California. The Nautilus, 50(2):46-50. 
[Haminoea vesicula] 

10018 DONALDSON, SVEN & SANDRA MILLEN 
[illustrations by Ron Long], October, 1981. 
Nudibranchs: shell-less but not defenseless 
snails of the sea. Pacific Yachting, 22(10):29- 
30, 5 color photos, [from The Life Below column; 
Tochuina tetraquetra, Doridell steinbergae, 
Aegires albopunctata, Herra > s senda crasaicorriis, 



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Dendronotus iris] 

10019 EDMUNDS, MALCOLM, 1981. Opisthobranch- 
iate Mollusca from Ghana: Chromodorididae. 
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 72:175- 
201, figs. 1-12, tbl. 1. [10 color photos on 2 plates; 
Cadlina evelinae, C. rumia, C. dubia sp. nov., 
Chromodoris ghanensis, C. kpone sp. nov., C. 
luteorosea. Hypselodoris tenia sp. nov., H. 
bilineata. Mexicnromis tricolor] 

10020 USUKI, ITARU, 1979. A note on relative 
growth between the shell and body in the two 
opisthobranch gastropods, Aplysia Juliana and 
Berthellina citrina. J. Gen. Educ. Depart., 
Niigata Univ., 9:81-84, figs. 1-3. 

10021 USUKI, ITARU, 1931. Effects of pH, light 
and heat on the purple pigment of Aplysia kurodai. 
Publ. Sado Mus., Memoir No. Prof. K. Kikuchi, 3:121- 
127, figs. 1-7. [Japanese; English Abstract] 

10022 CHRISTOMANOS, A., 1955. Nature of the 
pigment of Aplysia depilans. Nature, 175:3*10. 

10023 FONTAINE, M. & A. RAFFY, 1936. Etude 
SDectrochirnique de 1'AplysiopurDurine. C.R. Soc. 
Biol., Paris, 121:735-736. 

10024 LEDERER, E. & C. HUTTRER, 1,942. Quelques 
obsrvations sur la pigments de la secretion des 
Aplysies (Aplysia punctata). Trab. Soc. Chim. 
Biol., 24:1055-1061. 

10025 NISHIBORI, K., I960. Studies on the 
pigments of marine animals. IX. Pigments of the 
sea-slug Aplysia kurodai. Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. 
Lab., 3:327-335 

10026 RUDIGER, W., 1967. Eber die Abwehrfarb- 
stoffe von Aplysia- A r ten, I. ADlysioviolin, ein 
neuartiger Gallenfarbstoff. Hoppe-Seyler s Z. 
Physiol. Cheei., 348:129-138. 

10027 ROS, JOANDOMENEC, 1980. Phyllidia 

?ulitzeri Pruvot-Fol, 1962, a Catalunya. Bull, 
nst. Cat. Hist. Nat., 45(Sec. Zool., 3):181-183, fig. 
1. [Spanish, English summary] 

10028 USUKI, ITARU, January, 1981. Growth 
Characteristics of the Early Juvenile of Aplysia 
iuliana collected in Winter. Venus, The Japanese 
Journal of Malacology, 39(4):212-223, figs. 1-2. 
pis. 1-3- [Title has Aplysis; English 4 Japanese] 

10028 PERRON, F.E. 4 R.D. TURNER, 1977. 
Development, metamorphosis, and natural history 
of the nudibranch Doridella obscura Verrill 
(Corambidae: ODisthobranchia. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. 
Ecol., 27:171-185. 

10029 BONAR, D.B., 1976. Molluscan metamorpho- 
sis: A study in tissue transformation. Amer. 
Zool.. 16:573-591. 

10030 HAMANN. JEFF, June, 1981. Range 
Extensions of Northeastern Pacific Opistho- 
branchs. Opisthobranch Newsletter, 13(6):21. 

10031 Mcdonald, gary r. & james w. nybakken, 

1981. Guide to the Nudibranchs of California. 

American Malacologists, Inc., Melbourne, Florida, 
pp. 1-72, photos T-112, figs. 1-36 + unnumbered 
figs, tbl. 1.LPcbru.f>ry,i<veiJ 

10032 Mcdonald, gary r. & james w. nybakken, 

May, 1981. Guide to the Nudibranchs of Califor- 
nia. American Malacologists, Inc., Melbourne, 
Florida, pp. 1-72, photos 1-112, figs. 1-36 + 
unnumbered figs, tbl. 1. [second printing with 
better quality color: "Corrected May, 1981" ] 

10033 USUKI, ITARU, 1981. Ontogenetic Allometry 
of the Shell and Soft Body of Aplysia Juliana. 
Venus, The Japanese Journal of Malacology, 
40(1):4l-49, figs. 1-4. [English; Japanese 
summary] 

06500 HORIKOSHI, M., 1967- Reproduction, larval 
features and life history of Phi li ne denticulata 
(J. Adams) (Mollusca-Tectibranchia). Ophelia, 
4:43-84. 

10034 GRIFFITH, LELA M., 1967- The Intertidal 
Univalves of British Columbia. British Columbia 
Provincial Museum, Handbook No. 26, 101 pp. [5 
opisthobranchs included] 

10035 HARBO, RICK M., 1980. Tidepool & Reef: 



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Marinelife Guide to the Pacific Northwest Coast. 

Hancock House Publishers Ltd., Vancouver, B.C., 
Canada, 57 pp. [29 opisthobranchs included, 
each with color photograph and short 
description] 

10036 SNIVELY, GLORIA, 1978. Exploring the 
Seashore in British Columbia, Washington and 
Oregon: A guide to shorebirds and intertidal 
plants and animals. Gordon Soules Book Pub- 
lishers Ltd., Vancouver/London, 240 pp. [Excel- 
lent text on intertidal ecology. Emphasis on 
habitat and substrate. 13 opisthobranchs 
inelud-ed. Color photos of 12 spp.] 

10037 G0DDARD, JEFFREY H.R., October 1, 1981. 
Range Extension and Notes on the Food, 
Morphology, and Color Pattern of the Dorid 
Nudibranch Hallaxa chani. The Veliger, 24(2): 
155-158, figs. 1-4. 

1003» GOSLINER, TERRENCE M. & ROBERTA J. 
GRIFFITHS, July, 1981. Description and Revision 
of Some South African Aeolidacean Nudibranchia 
(Mollusca, Gastropoda). Annals of the South 
African Museum, 84(2):105-150, 22 figs., 5 tbls. 
[Flabellina funeka sp. nov. & Catriona casha sp. 
nov. + 4 other species; Coryphella Gray, 1850, 
as a junior subjective synonym of Flabellina 
Voigt, 1834, syn. nov. on the basis of priority] 

10039 GOSLINER, T., 1980. The systematics of 
the Aeolidacea (Nudibranchia: Mollusca) of the 
Hawaiian Islands with the descriptions of two 
new species. Pacific Science, 3 ''37-77. 

10040 KUZIRIAN, A., 1979- Taxonomy and 
biology of four New England coryphellid 
nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia). 
Journal of mol-luscan Studies, 45:239-261. 

10041 PICTON, B., 1980. A new species of 
Coryphella (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia) from 
the British Isles. Irish Nat. J., 20:15-19. [C. 
browni nov. sp.] 

10042 THOMPSON, T., 1976. Nudibranchs. T.F.H. 
Publications, Neptune, New Jersey. 

10043 GOSLINER, TERRENCE M., September, 1981. 
The South African Janolidae (Mollusca, Nudi- 
branchia) with the Description of a New Genus 
and Two New Species. Annals of the South 
African Museum. 86(1):1-42, 28 figs., 3 tbls. 
[Janolus longidentatus sp. nov., Bonisa nakaza 
gen. et sp. nov., Janolus capensis Bergh, 1907] 

INDEX 



INDEX TO THE OPISTHOBRANCHIA: The Veliger, 
volumes 1-12 compiled by James T. Carlton. INDEX 
TO THE OPISTHOBRANCHIA: The Veliger, volumes 
13-23 compiled by David W. Behrens. PRELIMINARY 
LIST of OPISTHOBRANCH GENERA and SUBGENERA 
compiled by Steven J. Long. 

[available as a separate at $2.00 each] 



This is a replacement for: CARLTON, JAMES T., 
1970. Index to the Opisthobranchia: The Veliger, 
Vol. 1-12. Dave Behrens spent many hours 
compiling the list from volumes 13 to 23 of The 
Veliger to complete the index from 1958 through 
April, 1981. As with Carlton's original work, the 
following is not intended to be a formal index; 
thus, neither illustrations nor trivial names 
are indexed. Book and article reviews have not 
been indexed, nor have figure or plate 
captions. This list is just that, a list, and is 
not in any way intended as a publication for 
taxonomic purposes. 

The opisthobranch list was started by Steven 
J. Long several months ago as a quick check for 
names which have been used for opisthobranchs. 
It specifically excludes pyramidellids, 
lamella r-ians, and titiscanians. At the recent 



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WSM meetings it was decided to complete this 
list and print it in the OpisthobransJ 
Newsletter for everyone's use. This of 

list should have 15 years of cross-rchecking and 
verification bo ensure its accuracy. It does 
not. Where passible, the original has t' 
checked. Where two identical names are listed, 
they are arranged according to priority, if 
known. A "*" preceeds the end of the line 
where the original literature has not yet been 
checked. If there is doubt about, any part of 
the listing a question mark (?) has been used. 
Names are listed exactly as used in I 
original, including errors, question 
subgeneric usage, and the like. Donald ten, 

Ronald Velarde, and Hans Bertsch h >v 
made major contributions to this list. 

This combined list will be printed in ; ors 

in the Opisthobranch Newsletter with the hope 
that corrections and additions will be made and 
sent to the editor within the next few weeks. 
The preferable method is to make a copy of the 
pages and make additions en that copy to send 
to me. Within a few weeks of the first printing, 
I will print a supplement to the ON with all the 
additions in a single format which may be used 
separately from the ON. The supplements will 
also include newer volumes of The Veliger and 
any other articles which readers send to m 

Note: Only those listings with volume and pages 

after the name are to be found in The Veliger. 

"ONnnnn" refers to Opisthobranch Newsletter 

citation number. 

S=Suppleraent 

OD = type by original designation 

Mon = type by monotypy 

SD = type by subsequent designation 



Abranchus Hasselt, 1824 
Acanthoehila Mtfrch, 1868 
Acanthodoris J.E. Gray, 1 
armata, 3S:27, 6(2):70 



^plan 



arian?) e 



atrogriseata. 3S:27, 6(2 



• 70 



(3):303. 

-, 276, 
12(3):375, 12(4):482, 15(2) 

:):342, 11(4):425, 

(2):64, 70. 9(3):255-2 , 
:0. 12(3):371, 13(2):176, 14( 
5(2):154, 21(1)111 

14(2): 



12(2): 220 

brunnea, 9(3):255, 257, 2"3, '283-284, 10(4): 
333, ^9, 11(4):429, 12(2):table facing 188, 
13(3):255, 258, 14(2):165, 21(1):52, 111 

citrena, 14(2):139. 

columbina, 6(2):64-65, 12(3):371, 14 

falklandica. 3S:27 

hudsoni, 6(2):70, 9(3):255-257, 270, 
11(3):290. 12(2):220, 
154, 15(4):352-354. 

lutea, 4(2):67, 6(2):70, 9( 
13(2):176, 14(3):303 

nanaimoensis, 6(2):64, 70. 9 (3) =255- 257, 
11(4):425, 12(2):220, 12(3):371, 13(2):17b, 14(3J: 
303, 15(15:59-60, 15< 

ornata, 14 (2): 139 

pilosa, 3S:26, 6(2) :70, 11(4):418, 420, 
137% 21(1):111, 22(1):47 

rhodoceras, 3S:2. 26-27, 58, 4(2):67, 6(1 ):4, 
8, 6(2):62, 70, 11(4):425, 13(2):176, 14(3):303- 

sp,. 10(3):244 
Acanthopscle Trinchese, 1874" 
Acera Lamarck, 1812 [unjustified emendation of 
Akera MUller, 1776; ICZN 539/1959] 
Acera Agassiz, 1846 [1848] [unjustified emenda- 
tion of Akera MUller, 1776; ICZN 539/1959] 
Acera Rafinesque, 1815 [unjustified emendation 
of Akera MUller, 1776; ICZN 559/1959] 

sp., 9(3):279 
Aceras Locard, 1886 [unjustified emendation of 
Akera MUller, 1776; ICZN 539/1959] 
Aceridae, 5(3):105 
Aciodoris Bergh, 1879* 
Aciodoris Martens, 1879* 
Acleioprocta, 3S:2, 4(2): 
Aclesia Rang, 1828* 3S: 



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rickettsi, 3S:97, 12(3):371 
Acochlidiacea, 2 ( 1 J : 1 3 s 3(2):49, 3S:90 
Acochlidium Strubell, 1892* 
Acochlidium Bucking, 1935* 

amboinense, 22(3):215 

bayerfeldmanni, 22(3):215-218 

sutteri, 22(3):215 

weberi, 22(3):215 
Acrostenn&a Cossmann, 1889* 
Actaeocina Gray, 1847 [in Franc, 1968]* 
Actaeon Oken, 1815* 

Actaeon Goldfuss, 1820 [unjustified emendation 
of Acteoni* 

Actaeon, 14(4):346, 17(3):278 
Actaeon tornatilis, 14(4):344 
Actaeonidea Gabb, 1872* 
Acteocina Gray, 1847* 5(3):115, 11(1):18 

angustior, 5(1):49, 9(4):437, 10(3):244, 11(4): 
353, 361 

canaliculata, 19(2):142 

carinata, 5(3):115-116, 9(4):437, 10(3): 235, 
244, 10(4):429, 11(4):401-402 

culcitella, 5(3):116, 11(4):402-403, 12 
(4):482, 17(2):185~204, 21( 1):120-126, 22(3):284 

culcitella intermedia, 2(2):33 (as " cal- 
if ornica"), 3(D:24-25 

eximia, 5(3):116 

inconspicua, 11(1):18 

inculta, 5(1):49, 5(3):116, 11(4):361, 12(4):482 

infrequens, 5(3):116, 10(3):244 

intermedia, 5(3):116, 11(3):239, 22( 3):282-235 

magdalenensis, 5(3) :116, 11(3):239 

oldroydi, 5 ( 3 ) : 11 6 

planata, 51 3):116 

smirna, 5(3):115-116, 10(4):429, 11(1):18 
Acteocinidae, 5(3):115-116, 10(4):429, 11(1):18 
Acteon Montfort, 1810* 3S:90, 11(1):17, 13( 1):26, 
14(4):433 

casta, 8(4):274-275, 9(D:4 

finlayi, 11(1):17 

painei, 5(3):116. 11(3):239 

panamensis, 8(4):274, 9(4):437, 20(4):373 

punctocaelatus, 2(1):13, 5(3) :116, b(1):5-6, 8, 
11(3):239, 12(4):482 

tornatilis, 9(3):268 

traski, 5(3):11b, 9(4):437 

sp., 6(1):7 
Acteonia Quatrefages, 1844* 

cocksi, 13(4):319-325, 16(2):158, 17(3): 315 
Acteonidae, 5(3):114-116, 8(4):274,11( 1):17 
Actinochila March, 1868* 
Actinoeyclus Ehrenberg, 1831* 17(4):403 
Actincdoris Ehrenberg, 1831* 
Acura H. & A. Adams, 1055* 
Adalaria Bergh, 1878* [1879 per Abbott, 1974] 

proxima, 20(2):109, 21(2):299 
Aegires Loyen, 1 8 4_4* JS^2 1,^18 (4 )_: 3 5.1 



albopunctatus, 3S:2, 20-21, 4(2):66, 6(1 
6(2):62. 70. 9(1):70, 75-76, 9(3):341, 10(4 
11(4):425, 12(2):tables facing 186 and 
12(2):232, " 



:4, 7, 
:339, 



13(2'):176, 14(3):30^, 
21(1 ):52, 22(3):22.2-224 



188, 
17(2):185~204, 



ieuckarti, 17(1):11-12 
punctilueens, 3S:20-21, 17 ( Dill — 12, 

22(3):222-223 

sublaevis, 23(4):315-316 
Aegirus Agassiz, 1846 [emendation of Aegires 
Loven, 1841]]* 
Aegie Oken, 18 15* 
Aeolia [Anonymous}, 1817* 
Aeolica Scudder, 1b82* 

Aeolidacea, 9(1):71, 10(2):171-172, 12(4):436 
(Aeolidiacea) 

Aeolidia Cuvier, 1797 [type species Limax 
papiilosus Linnaeus, 1761"; ICZN 779/1966; 1817 
per ON9766] JS:55 
Aeolidia Dumeril, 18 06* 

herculca, 3S:54, 14(2):148 

papillosa, 3S:2, 54, 56-57, 4(2):68, 6(1 



14(3):304, 15'( 1):59-60, 
21(1):52, 



285, 11(2):91, 134, 11(4):4l9-420, 
12(4):437, J3.( 21:176, 14(2) :143, 



15(2):174-192, 16(4):371, 
104-109, 115 
pacifica, 3S:54 
serotina, 3S:54 
204 



Eolida 

780/1966], 

17 



272, 277, 283, 
425,, 12(1):74, 
14(3 
17(3):271, 277, 

papillosa var 

papillosa var 

sp., 17(2):l85-« 
Aeolidiadae propriae, 3S:55 
Aeolidiana Bergh, 1864 (emendation of Eolidina 
Quatrefages^, 1843)* 

Aeolidida Donoghue, 1921 (error for Aeolidia 
Cuvier, 1798)* 

Aeolidiella Bergh, 1867 [type specu 
soemmeringii Leuckart, 1828; IC'ZN 
3S:55-56; 1894 per 0N9766] 

alba, 13(D:80, 13(4):369, 22(1) 

alderi, 21(2):299, 22(1):13 

glauca, 22(1):13 

japonica, 22(1 ):17 

multicolor, 22(1 ):12 

oliviae, 12(3):372 

sanguinea, 22(1):12-18 

takanosimensis, 3S:56, 22(1)12-18 

sp., 22(4):299-317 
Aeolidiidae, 3S:55, 4(2):68, 6(2):72, 9(1):71, 
9(3):283-284, 12(1):74 
Aeolidina Froriep, 1845* 
Aeolidina Pruvot-Fol, 1951* 
Aeolidiopsis Pruvot-Fol, 1956* 3S:55 
Aeolis Oken, 1815 (for Eolis Cuvier, 1805)* 
Aeolis Menke, 1844* 

barbarensis, 6(2):65 

despecta, 11(4):419 

lesfana, 14(2):148 

longLbranchus, 18( 3):272-280 

murrayana, 14(2):148 

nana, 3S:51 

papillosa, 11(4):419 

picta, 11(4):418 

pilata, 21(1):104 
Aethalion Herrmannsen, 1846* 
ASthedoris Abraham, 1877* 
Agenor Rafinesque. 1815* 

Aglaia Renier, 1804* [nomen nudum per Abbott, 
1974; listed in Day, et al, 1970] 3S:7 
Aglaiidae, 3S:7 

Aglaia Renier, 1804 (not Aglaia Renier, 
[T807 3)« 

adellae, 3S:7, 5(3):116 

bakeri, 3S:7 ' 

cylindrica, 3S:9 

depicta, 3o:8 

diomedea. 2(4):74-75, 3S:1, 6-7, 57, 5(3):116, 
9(3):255, 268, 274, 277, 280, 283-285, 11(3):290, 
12(3):371-372, 12(4):482. 

nana, 2f4):73-75, 5(3):116 

ocelligera, 2(4):75, 3S:7, 5(3):116, 11(4):425, 
12(3):371-372 

purpurea, 3S:7, 5(3):116 

splendida, 3S:9 

sp., 6(0:2, 5 

lajidae, 3S:1, 5(3_)H16, 9(1):70, 9(3):283-284 



A 

Alcera O.F. MUller, 1776 [type species A. 
O.F. MUller, 1776; ICZN 539/1959] 3S:87, 
Akeridae, 3S:89-90. 5(3):115 



bullata 

89-90 



? ON9769] 

9(3):353, 



6(2):72, 7(45:231, 9(3):255, 261-262, 



'264-265', 



Akiodoris Bergh, 1879- 
Albania Collingwood, 188 1* 
Alderella Odhner* 
Alderia Allman, 1845* [1846 

harvardensis, 12(2):174 

modesta, 2(1):14, 4(2):95, 6(2):69, 
11(4):420. 12(2):174 

uda, 4(2):95 
Alderina Pruvot-Fol* 
Alderiopsis Baba, 1968 
Aidisa Bergh, 1878* 4(2):59 

banyulensis, 11(3):280 

sanguinea. 3S:2, 16. 57, 4(2):59, 66, 4(4):196, 
6(2):70, 9(15:72, 11(3):280, 11(4):425, 12(2):232 
Alexandria Tomlin, 1926 fnot Pfeffer, 1881 1 



per ON8023] 
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Alexiana E. Strand, 1928* 

Alicula Ehrenberg, 1831 [not Eichwald, 1830]* 

Alieulastrum Pilsbry. 1896* 

Alloiodoris Bergh, 190*4* 

Amanda Macnae, 195*4 [type A. araata Macnae, 

195*4 by monotype] 

Amphirea Rafinesque, 1815* 

Amphisphyra Loven, 18*46* 

Amphitrite Ascanius, 1774* [not O.F. MUller, 

1771 per ON80231 

frondosa, 12(*4):433, Ui*l 
Amphitritidea Kroyer, 18*47* [18*46 

fabricii, 12(4):441 
Amphitritidia Kroyer, 18*47 (error 
idea Kroyer, 18*47)* [18*46 per ON8023] 
Amphorina Quatrefages, 18*4*4* 
Amphorina Bergh, 1885 [synonym of Cratena 
Bergh, 186*4 (Abbott, 197*4)] 
Anademaria Rankin, 1979* 
Anaegires Odhner, 193*4 [subgenus] 3S:21 
Analogium Risbec. 1928* 
Anaplodoris Fischer, 1883* 
Anaspidea, 2(0:13-14, 3S:2, 87, 89-90, 98, 121, 
*4(2):65, 6(2):69, 9(0:4 

Ancula Alder & Hancock, 18*46* [per ON9766] 
3S:29, 3 (4): 103- 10*4, 6(3):148 
Ancula Loven, 1846* 

cristata, 3S:29, 6(3):149-150 

evelinae, 6(3):1*49-150 

fuegiensis, 3S:29, *4(1):51, 6(3) :1^9-150 

lentiginosa, 6( 3;:148-150, 9(1):70, 78, 11(4): 
425 

Dacifica, 3S:2, 28-29, 58, *4(2):67, 6(2):?1, 
6(3):1*48-150. 11(*4):*425, 12(2):232 
Ancylodoris W. Dybowski. 1900* 
Anderssonia Strebel, 1908* 
Angasiella Crosse, 1864* 
Amsodoris Bergh, 1898* 

nobilis, 3S:2, 17-18, *4(2):66, 6(1):*4, 6(2):62, 
70, 11(3):290, 11(4):425, 12(2):220 
Anamalomya ? 3( 1 ) :29 

Anomia Forskal, 1775 [not Linnaeus, 1767]* 
Anoplodoris Fischer, 1883* 
Anopsia Gistel, 18*48* 
Antemnella Rankin, 1979* 

Antionetta [misspelling for Antonietta Schmekel 
1966 various autnors]* 
Antiopa Alder & Hancock, 
1800]* 
Antiopella Hoyle, .1902.* 6(2) 



aureocincta, 6*(2):66 t uCiM? 2 
barbarensis, 6(0:4-5, 6(2):65, 



1848 [not Meigen, 

65, 12(3):279 
9(3):342, 



11(4):425, 12(3):372 

fusca, 6(2):65, 72 
Antiopellidae, 4(2):68, 5(1):51, 6(2):72 
Antonietta Schmekel, 19 66* 
Aphelodoris Bergh, 1879* 

Aphelodoris von Ihering, 1886 [in Abbott, 1974] 
Aplustrum Schumacher, 1817* 

Aplvsia Linnaeus, 1767 [type species A. depilans 
Gmelin [1791]; ICZN 200/1954; emendation of 
Laplysia] 3S:10, 91, 100, 5(4):145-147, 11(1):18, 
11(2):121 

brasiliana, 8(1):16-18, 11(1):9, 18 

californica, 2(0:14, 2(3):63-64, 3S:2, 9-10, 
91-93, 97-98. 4(2):65, 5(4):146-147, 6(1):5, 
6(2):69, 8(33:178-180. 9(0:69, 9(3):340, 
9(4):412, 10(4): 375-376, 11(3):26B-271, 
11(4):425 

cedroensis, 3S:10, 5(4):146-147 

dactylomela, 5(4):146, 8(1):16-18, 11(1):9, 18 

flondensis, 8(1):16 

inca, 9(1 ):5 

juliana, 3S:95, 4(2):65, 5(4):146-147, 
10(2):171 

kurodai, 8(3):178. 11(3):268 

nettiae, 3S:10, 5(4):146 



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rehderi, 5(4):146 

reticulopoda, 3S:91, 97-98, 5(4):146- 1*i7 

vaccaria. 3S:10, 91-93, 97-98, 4(2):6 r > 5(4): 

146-147, 9(§);34l/g(4):^2VlO(l):375-3 
11(4): 429, 12(4):482 

sp., 10(3)::44, 11(1):18 
Aplysiacea, :87 

Aplysiella P. Fischer, 1872* ^S:11. 94 
Aplysiidae, 3S:2, 89-91, 98, 4(2):65, 6(2):69, 
11(1):18 

Aplysiinae, 3S:2, 91, 4(2):65, 6(2):6m 
Aplysiomorpha, 3S:121 
Aplysiopsi3 Deshayes, 1835-1853* 
Aplysiopsis Bergh , 1898 (subgenu; A 

Deshayes, 1835-53] 

elegans, 3S:12, 4(2):97 
Aplysiopterus Delle Chiaie, 1830 s 
Aporodoris Ihering, 1886* 
Aranucus Odhner ? T936* 
Archaeodoris Smith, 1899* 
Archidoridinae, 3S:2, 4(2):66, 6(2):70, 73, 
11(2):90 
Archidoris Bergh, 1878* 11(2):90 

britannica, 11 ( 2 ) : 9 1 

kerguelensis, 1 1 ( 2 ) :91 

montereyensis, 3S:2, 16-IQ, 4(2):66. 4(4):194- 
196, 6M):4. 6(2):70, 9(3):255, 257-258, 270, 277, 
280, 282-285, 11(2):91-92, 11(3):290, 11(4):*426 i 
12(2):220 

nyctea, 11(2):91 

odhneri, 11(2):90-91, 11(4):425-426, 12(3):371 

pseudoar-gus, 4 ( 4 ) : 1 9 6 

stellifer-a, 4(*4):196 

tuberculata, 11(2) :90 

wellingtonensis, 11(2) :90 
Archonta Montfort, 1810* 
Arctoleura Odhner* 
Arctonchis, 3S:3 
Argo Bohadsch. 1761* 
Argus Bohadsoh, 1761* [suppressed ICZ 
429/1956 (synonym of Platydoris B< r-gl 
ON9766)] 

Argus Boisduval, [1832]* isuppresse.' T 
429/1956 (synonym of Platydoris Bergh. 1877 per 
0N9766)] 

Argus Scopoli, 1763* [suppressed ICZN 429/1956 
(synonym of Platydoris BeVgn, 1877 per 
ON9766)] 
Armanda* 
Armina Rafinesque, 1814* 3S:44, 5(0:54 

californica, 2S:2, 41-44, 4(2):64. 67, 5(1):54, 
6(2):64-65, 71, g(1):69, 9(^:255, 261-2^3, 265, 
272, 280, 283, 285, 342, Iof4):440-441, n(ij):429 

columbiana, 3S:2, 43-4*4, 57-58, 5(1):54, 
6(2):64-65 

convolvula, 5(1):51-54 

cuvieri, 3S:44 

digueti, 3S:44, 5(0:55, 6(2):65 

japonica ? 5(0:54 

paucifolxa, 3S:44 

vancouverensis, 3S:44, 5(D:54, 6(2):64-65 

variolosa, 3(0:17 
Arminacea, 3S:1-2. 4(2):67, 5(0:51, 6(0:4, 6-7, 



6(2):71, 9(0:71, 12(3)l279 
Arminidae 3S: 
9(3):276, 283 



W, 



5(0:51, 54, 6(2):? i, 



nigra, 9(0:5 
parvula, 3S:10, 
rangiana, 9(0: 



5(4):145-146 



Artachaea Bergh, 1882 [1881 per ON9766] 
Arthessa Evans, 1950* 
Ascobulla Eveline Marcus, 1972 
Ascoglossa, 3S:2 ; 56 
Asperspina Rankin, 1979* 
Assula Schumacher, 1817* 
Asteronotus Ehrenberg, 1831* 4(2):59 
Atagema Gray, 1850* [Pruvct-Fol, 1951 per 
0N9766] 

quadrimaculata, 6(2):73-75, 6(3):172, 11(4): 
429, 12(3):371 

Atalodori3 Irodale & Donoghue, 192 j* Isub- 
genua ] 
Atthila Bergh, 1899 [synonya of Heterodoris 



Volume 13(7):30 



1882 per ON9766] 

:115-116, 9(3):263-284, 10(1): 



Verrill & Eraerton, 
Atyidae, 3S:1, 5(3): 
84, 11(1):17 
Atys Montfort, 1810* 
Atys Leach, 1815* 

caribaea, 11(1):17 

casta, 5(3):116, 9(4):437 

chimera, 9(4):437, 10(4):429 

exarata, 10(4):429 

liriope, 9(4):437 

nonscripta, 5(3):116 
Aty scaphander Annandale, 1924* 
Audura Bergh, 1878* 
Aulisa Rafinesque, 1815* 
Austraeolis Burn, 1962 
Austrodiaphana Pilsbry, 1895* 
Austrodoris Odhner, 1926* 11(2):90 

odhneri, 9(3):255-258, 270, 280, 11(2):90-91, 
11(4):425, 12(3):371 
Avanucas Odhner, 1936* 

Awuka Ernst Marcus, 1955 [type A. spazzola] 
Babaiella Risso-Dominguez, 1964* 
Babaina Odhner in Franc, 1968* 
Babaina Roller, 1972 [not Odhner in Franc, 1968] 
Babakina Roller, 1973 [new name for Babaina 
Roller, 1972] 

Baeolidia Bergh, 1888* 3S:56, 9(2):251 
Balantium Children, 1823* 
Baptodoris Bergh, 1884* 
Barnardaclesia Eales & Engel, 1935* 3S:97 
Bartschella,* 10(4):431 
Bathydoris Bergh. 1884* 

aoica, 9(4):410 
Beccaria Trinchese, 1870* 
Berghia Trinchese, 1877* 3S:56, 9(2):251 

amaksuana, 9(2):251 
Bermudella Odhner, 1941* 3(4):104 
Berthelinia Crosse, 1875* 3(1):29-30, 3(3):79 

belvederica, 5(1) :57 

chloris belvederica, 9(2):244, 9(4):437 

limax, 3(3):80-8l 

sd., 3(3):o1-82 
Berthellnops Burn, 1962 

Berthe.Ua Blainville, 1825* [1824 in ON9769] 
9(D:71, 12(3):372-373 
Berthella Vayssiere, 1896* 

californica, 9(1):70-71, 11(4):426, 12(3):371- 
372 
Berthellina Gardiner, 1936* 

engeli, 12(2):220 

sd., 10(3):244 
Berthellinops Burn, 1962* 90):71 
Bertinia Jousseaume, 1883* 
Besla, 10(4):430 
Boasia C.W. Johnson, 1934* 
Bonisa Gosliner, 1981 ON10043:17, 19 [type 
species B. nakaza by 0D] 

nakaza Gosliner, 1981 ON10043:19- 
Bonneviia Pruvot-Fol, 1931* 
Boopsis Pierantoni, 1923* 
Borecdoris Odhner, 1939* 
Bornella Adams & Reeve. 1848* [0N9766] 
Bornella J.E. Gray, 1850* 
Bornellopsis 0'Donoghue, 1929 
Bosellia Trinchese, 1890-1891* 

mimetica, 4(2):95 
Bouvieria ?Philippi, 1844* [synonym of 
Berthella plumula per ON9766] 
Bouvieria Vayssiere, 1896* 
Brachychlamis Bronn, 1863* 
Brachychlamys J.E. Gray, 1840* 
Brachyclanis 0'Donoghue, 1929* 
Brachyclanis Ehrenberg, 18 31* 
Brachyclanys Pruvot-Fol, 1933* 
Branchophyllum Pruvot-Fol. 1947* 
Brocktonia Dall, 1921 [not 'iredaie, 1915]* 
Brocktonia Iredaie, 1915* 
Broctoriia, 5(3)-' 11 5 



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1890* 
1758 



9(0:71 



■27 



■&%: 



B. ampulla Linnaeus, 
98, 10(2):133, 144- 



polystrigma, 5 ( 3 ) : 1 1 5- 1 1 
:cinulus H. & A. Adams, 1c j^* 



Buccinul 



Eueconia Dall, 
Bulla Linnaeus 
1758; ICZN 196/1954] 
145, 11(1):17 

acuta, 10(2):137, 145 

acuminata, 10(2):133, 135, 145 

angustata, 10(2):144 

exarata, 10(4):429 

gouldiana, 2(1):13, 2(2):33 (as Vesica), 
3(0:24-25, 27-28 (as Vesica), 3(3):74-75, 3S:1, 
4-5, 57, 5(D:49, 5(3):116, 6(0:2-3, 5, 7, 
9(4):437, 10(3):244, 10(4):376-377, 11(4):402- 
40^, 425-426, 12(2):166 

granulum, 10(2):145 

mucronata, 10(2):1$5 

nebulosa, 3S:4 

peruviana, 9(0:4 

punctulata, 9(4):437, 10(3):244 

quoyana, 5(3):116 

rostrata, 10(2):145 

striata, 3S:4, 11(1):17 

striatula, 10(2):145 
Bullacea. 3S:1, 5( 33:114-116 
Bullaea Lamarck, 1801* 
Bullacta Bergh, 1901* 
Bull aria Rafinesque, 1815* 

Bullidae, 3S:1, 5(3):115-116, 10(4):429, 11(1):17 
Bullidium Leue, 18 13* 
Bulligenus Renier, M807]* 
Bullina Ferussac, 1822* 
Bullinella Newton, 1891* 
Bullinula Swainson, 1840* 
Bullocardia Nordsieck, 1972 (subgenus)* 
Bulloidea, 33:103 
Bullus Montfort, 18 10* 

Bursatella Blainville, 1817* [1917 per 0N9766] 
3S:97 

Busiris Risso, 1826* 
Cabrilla Fewkes, 1889* 4(2):60 

occidentalis, 4(2):59-60 
Cadlina Bergh, 1878 [type species Doris repanda 
Alder & Hancock, 1842; ICZN 812/19671 

flavomaculata, 3S:2. 14, 4(2):65, 4(3:157, 
6(1):4, 7, 6(2):69, 11(4):426, 12(2):220 

limbaughi, 4(3):155-157, 8(<):189 

luteomarginata, 11(4):426, 12(2):231 

marginata. 3S:15, 4(2):66, 4(3):157, 6(1):4, 
6(2):6?7l1(j):2Q0 

modesta, 11(4):426, 12(2):231-232 

pacifica, 4 (3): 157 

sparsa, i 3S:2, 15, 57, 4(2):66, 4(3):157, 
11 (4) .-425-426 

sd., 4(2):66 
Cadlinella Thiele, 1931 
Caecinella Bergh, 1870* 
Caldukia Burn I Miller, 1969 12(3):279 

affinis, 12(3):279, 289 

albolineata, 12(3):179-285, 289 

rubiginosa, 12(3):284-289 
Caliphylla mediterranean 4(2):97 
Calllopaea d'Orbigny, 1837* 
Calliphylla Costa, 1867* 

Calma Alder & Hancock, 1855 [type sDecies Eolis 
glaucoides Alder & Hancock, 1854; ICZN 
780/1966] 

glaucoides, 10(2):171 
Calmella Eliot, 1906* 

Caloplocalanms Misuri, 1917 (error for Kalaplo- 
camus Bergh, 1893)* 
Caloria Trinchese, 1888 § 
Calycidoris Abraham, 1876* 
Camarga Bergh, 1866* 
Campaspe Bergh, 1863* 12(4):440-441 

major, 12(4):440-441 

pusilla, 12(4):440-441 
Campy lonaus J.E. Gray, 1847 [not Benson, 1835]* 
Candeliista Iredaie & 0'Donoghue, 1923* 6(1):48, 
51 

Candieiia J.E. Gray, 1850* 6(0:48, 51 
Canthopsis Agassi 2, 1850* 






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Capellinia Trinchese, 187^* 3S:49 

capellinii, 3S:50 

conicla, 3S:49-50, 57 

doriae, 3S:50 

rustya. 3S:2, 49-50. 57, 4(2):68, 6(1):4, 
6(2):72, 9(1):69, 11(4):426, 12(3):372 
Cargoa Vogel & Schultz, 1970* 12(4):388-389, 
392 

angelensis, 12(4):389 

babai, 12(4):389, 392 

cirrigera, 12(4):389, 392 

cupella, 12(4):388-392 

dautzengergi, 12(4):389 

distincta, 12(4):389, 392 

echinata, 12(4):389 

elegans, 12(4):389. 392 

evelinae, 12(4):38§, 392 

iaponica, 12(4):389, 392 



leachii, 12(4):389, 392 

mediterranea. 12(4):389, 392 

mija, 12(4):389, 392 

opunta. 12(4):389, 392 

pellucida. 12(4):J89, 392 

plana, 12(4):389 

plebia, 12(4):389. 392 

sapelona, 12(4) 1389, 392 

tentaculata, 12(4):389, 392 

vancouverensis, 12(45:^09, 392 
Carminodoris Bergh, 1889* 

Carolina Engleraann, 1846 [error for Cavolina 
Abildgaard, 1791]* 




Catriona R. Winckworth, 1941* 11(4):421-422 

albocrusta, 11(4):425 

alpha, 11(4):423, 425-426, 12(3):372 

anulata, 3S:52 

aurantia, 9(3):255, 268, 274-275, 285, 
11(4):418 

bicolor, 3S:52 

columbiana, 3S:52, 6(2):72 

lagunae, 6(21:66, 72, 9(3):342, 11(4):421, 425 

nigricolora, 3S:52 

ornata, 3S:52 

pinnifera, 3S:52 

puellula, 3S:52 

ronga, 3S:2, 52, 6(2):66 

venusta, 3S:52 

sp., 6(1):4 
Caulina Poli, 1826 [error for Cavolina 
Abilgaard, 1791]* 

Cavolina Abildgaard, 1791 [type species 
Cavolina natans Abildgaard, 1791; ICZN 
883/1969] 3S:105. 
Cavolina Bruguiere, 1791* 
Cavolina Forbes & Hanley, 1851* 
Cavolinia Abildgaard, 1791; emendation by 
Philippi, 1853* 
Cavolinia "Bruguiere, 1792"* 
Cavolinia Schweigger, 1819* 
Cavolinia Nardo. 1833* 

inflexa, 3S:106 

tridentata, 3S:106, 10(4):323 

uncinata, 3S:106 
Cenia Alder & Hancock. 1848* 
Centrodoris Fischer. f883 (emendation for 
Kentrodoris Bergh, 1876)* 
Cephalobrachia Bonne vie, 1913* 
Cephalopyge Hanel, 1905* 
Ceratodons J.E. Gray, 1850* 
Ceratophyllidia Eliot, 1903 [type species C. 
africana nov. sp. by monotype J 
Ceratosoraa A. Adams & Reeve, 1850* 
Cerberiila Bergh, 1873* 

Cerentatoma (Otto, 1823) Pruvot-Fol, 1954* 
Chalidis Quatrefages, 1844* 
Charcotia Vayssiere, 1906* 
Chelidonura A. Adams, 1850* 
Chioraera Gould, 1852* 



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Chlamylla Bergh, 1886* 

ChosiphiUne Habe, 1958* 

Chromocadlina Odhner* 

Chromodoridella Eliot, 1905 [type species C. 

mirabilis nov. sp. by monotvpe J 

Chromodoris Alder & Haricoc.<, 1855* 

Chromolaichma Bertsc'n, ' 

Cirrifer Pfeffer, 1879* 

Cirropteron Sars, 1835* 

Cladophora J.E. Gray, 1840* 

Cleanthus Leach [inj Gray, 1847* 

Cleodora Peron & Lesueur, 1810* 

Clio Linnaeus, 1767* 

Cliodita Quoy & Gaimard, 1824* 

Clione Pallas, 1774* 

Clionina Pruvot-Fol, 1924* 

Clionopsis Bronn, 1862* 

Cliopsis Troschel, 1854* 

?ClistaxLs Dall, 1908 [not Cossmann, 1895]* 

Cloelia Loven, 1841* 

Coleophysis Fischer, 188^* 

Colga Bergh, in Dall, 1880* [not Kolga Koren & 

Damelssen, 1879] 

Colobocephalus M. Sars, 1 8 7 * 

Colpodaspis M. Sars. 1870* 

Conualevia Collier & Farmer, 1964* 

Corambe Bergh, 1869* 

Corambella Balch, 1899* 

Corolla Dall. 1871* 

Coryphella M.E. Gray, 1850 [type species Eolis 

rufibranchialis Johnston, 1832; ICZN 781/1966] 

Coryphellina O'Donoghue, 1929 

Coryphellopsis* 

Costaea Tiberi, 1880* 

Costasiella Pruvot-Fol, 1951* 

Cratena Bergh, 1864 [type scecies Doris 

peregrina Gmelin, [1791J; ICZN 776/1966] 

Cratenopsi3 Lemche, 1936* 

Crenilabium Cossman, 1889* [in Abbott, 1974] 

Crenilabrum Cossman, 1869* 

Crepidoris Pagenstecher, 1877* 

Creseis Rang, 1828* 

Crimora Alder & Hancock, 1362* 

Crossl and i a Eliot, 1902 itype C. viridis nov. sp. 

by monotype] 

Crucibranchaea Pruvot-Fol, 1942* 

Cryptaxis Jeffreys, 1883 [not Lowe, 1854]* 

Cryptopthalmus Ehrenberg, 1821 [not Rafinesque, 

1814]* 

Cteneolis Odhner* 

Cteniurus Rafinesque, 1814* 

Ctenodoris Eliot, T907 (subgenus) [type not 

specified] 

Ctilopsis Andre, 1906* 

Cufaea J.E. Gray, 1847* 

Cumanotus Odhner, 1907 [type species Cumanotus 

laticeps Odhner. 1907; ICZN 783/1966] 

Custiphorus Desnayes, 1864* 

Cuthona Alder & Hancock, 1855 [type species 

Eolis nana Alder & Hancock, 1842; ICZN 

773/1966] 

Cuthonella Bergh, 1884 [type species C. 

abyssicola Bergh, 1884; ICZN 783/1966] 

Cuvieria Rang, 1827 [not Peron & Lesueur, 

1807]* 

Cuvierina Boas, 188 6* 

Cyclina Gray, 1857 [not Desnayes, 1850]* 

Cydippa Rafinesque, 1815* 

Cyerce Bergh, 1871* 

Cylichna Loven, 1846* 

Cylichnatys Kuroda & Habe, 1952* 

Cyliehnella Gabb, 1873* 

Cylichnina Monterosato, 1884* 

Cylichnium Dall, 190 8* 

Cylindrella Swainson, 1840* 

CyLindrobulla Fischer, 1857* 

Cymbulia Peron & Lesueur, 1310* 

Cymbuliopsis Pelseneer, 1888* 

Cymdocea d'Orbigny, 1840* 

Dactylopus Bonne vie, 19 



ft 

23* 



uia nui i;u, iuic- 

)hysis Pilsbry, 1896* 
;iiot, 1905 in Cocker* 



rell & Eliot, 1905, ex 



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Dactylus Schumacher, 1817* 
Dadone Gistel (1847), 1848* 
Damoniella Ireciale, 1918 s 
Dendrodoris Ehrenberg, 183 1* 
Dendronotus Alder & Hancock, 1845* 
Dendroris J.E. Gray, 1840* 
Deridobranchus Ehrenberg, 1831* 
Bermatobranchopsis Baba, 1949 (subgenus) 
Bensatobranchus van Hasselt, 1824* 
Besmopterus Chun, 1889* 
Dexiobranchaea Boas, 1885* 
Diacria J.E. Gray, 1847* 
Biaphana Brown, 1837* 

Diaphaneila Thiele, 1912 [not Clessin, 1880]* 
Biapboreolis lredale & Dpnoghue, 1923* 
Diaphorodoris lredale & O'Donoghue, 192 
Biaulula Bergh, 1879* 
Dicata Schmekei, 1967 s 
Dlcroptera Rafinesque, 1814* 
Bictyodoris Bergh, 1880* 
Didoato'glcssa Annandaie, 1924* 
Digitobranchus Risbec, 1937* 
Dimorpha J.E. Gray, 1840* 
Dicia H. & A. Adams, 1854* 
Diniatys lredale, 1936* 
Diphyllides Cuvier, 1817* 
Diphyllidia Cuvier, 1817* 
Diphyllidia Blainville. 1819* 
Diphyllidia Otto, 1820* [in Abbott, 1974] 
Diphyllidia Wright, 1855* 
Diplocera Blanchard, 1848* 
Diplocera Herrmannsen, 1852* 
Diplocera Verany, 1853* 
Diploelycia March, 1872*, 
Dipterot 
Birona t 

MacFarland, 'MS.* 
Dirona MacFarland, 1912 [type D. picta nov. sp.] 
Discoides Renier, 1804* 
Discodoris Bergh, 1877* 
Dolabella Lamarck, 1801* 
Dolabrifera Gray, 1847* 
Doliceolis Finley, 1927* 
Dondice Ernst Marcus, 1958 [type Caloria 
occidentalis Engel, 1925 0D] 
Dondice Portmann & Sandmeier, 1960 
Doridella Verrill, 1870* 
Doridigitata d 'Orbigny, 1839* 
Ooridiepsis (Alder 4 Hancock, 1864) O'Donoghue, 
1924* 

Boridium Meckel, 1809* 
Doridoeldes Eliot & Evans, 1908* 
Dori.dogone Rathke, 184 3* 

DoridoBJorpha Eliot, 1906* [not Audouin & Milne- 
Edwards, 1832; type D. gardineri n. sp. 
monotype ] 

Dcridopsilla Carus, 1889* 
Doridopsis Alder & Hancock, 1864* 
Bcridoxa Bergh, 1899 [1889 per ON9766] 
Dcridunculus G.O. Sars, 1878* 
Doriraorphe Audouin & Milne Edwards, 1832* 
Dor-iopsxlla Bergh, 1680 
Boriopsis Pease, i860* 
Doriorbis Kay & Young, 1969 
Doriprismatica Cuvier, 1817* 
Doriprismatica d 'Orbigny, 1839* 
Doris Linnaeus, 1758* 
Doryceras Gemnellaro, 1888* 
Dote Oken, 1815* 

Dota J.E. Gray, 1840* [incorrect spelling Doto 
Oken. 1815; ICZN 697/1964] 

Dotilla Bergh, 1879* [junior homonym of Dotilla 
Stimpson, 1858; ICZN 697/1964] 
Doto Oken, 1607* [suppressed ICZN 697/1964] 
Doto Oken, 1815 [type species Doris coronata 
Gmelin, [1791]; ICZN 697/1964] 
Dotona lredale, 19 18* [junior homonym of Dotona 
Carter, 1880; ICZN 697/1964] 
Dotona Rafinesque, l3lb* [nomen nudum; ICZN 
697/1964] 



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Brepania Lafont, 1874* [non Hiibner, 1816 

(Lepidoptera) per Abbott, 1974] 

Drepanida MacFarland, 1931 [type Brepama fusca 

LaFont, 1874 0D; replacement name for Drepania 

LaFont, 1874 preoccupied] 

Brepanielia Burn, 1961 

Drepaaoconcha Zilch A., 1949* 

Dunga Eliot, 1902 [type D. nodulosa n. sp. 

monotype] 

Buvaucelia Risso, 1826* [1818 per Abbott, 1974] 

Byctyodoris Risbec, 1928* 

Bystylodoris Odhner, 1959* 

Echinochila Mrirch, 1868* 

Echinochila Mflrch, 1869* 

Echinodoris Bergh, 1874* 

Echincpsole Macnae, 1954 [type E. fulvus n. sp. 

monotype] 

Ectinochila M3rch, 1869* 

Edenttellina Gatliff & Gabriel, 1911 (subgenus)* 

Egalvina Odhner, 1929* 

Ebola O'Donoghue t 1929* 

Eidothea Risso, 182b* 

Eione Rafinesque, 1814* 

Eliotia Vayssiere, 1909* 

Elisia Cantraine, 1840* [synonym for Elysia per 

Abbott, 1974] 

Elysia Risso, 1818* [1812 per 0N9766] 

Elysiella Verrill, 1872* 

Elysiella Bergh, 1872* 

Elysiobranchus Pruvot-Fol, 1930 

Elysiopterus Pruvot-Fol, 1946 (subgenus) 

Emarcusia Roller, 1972 

Embletonia Alder & Hancock, 1851 [type species 

Pterochilus pulcher Alder & Hancock, 1844; ICZN 

784/1966] 

Embletoniella Baba, 1967 

Embolus Jeffreys, 1869* 

Embolus P. Fischer, 1862* 

Enipeus Rafinesque, 18 15* 

Ennoia Bergh, 1896 

Eocoryphella Odhner* 

Eolia Cuvier, 1800* 

Eolida Blainville, 1816* 

Eolida Fleming, 1828* 

Eoli.de D'Orbigny, 1835* 

Eolides Fischer, 1807* 

Eolidia Cuvier, 1817* 

Eolidina Quatrefages, 1843* [1847 per Abbott, 

1974] 

Eolis Cuvier, 1805* 

Ercolania Trinchese, 1872* 

Erythrodoris Pruvot-Fol, 1933* 

Esmia Leach, 1852* 

Ethalion Risso, 1818* 

Ethalion Risso, 1826* 

?Ethidoris (name in Bergh, 1905 p. 93)* 

Etiodoris Ihering, 1886* 

Eubranchopsis Baba, 1949 

Eubranehus Forbes, 1838* 

Eucampe J.E. Gray, 1847* [junior objective 

synonym of,Akera, MUller, 1776, ICZN 539/1959] 

Eucharis Peron & Lesueur, 1807* 

Euclio Bonnevie, 19J4* 

Eucrairia Burn. 1962 

Eusenls Alder & Hancock, 1845* 

Euphurus Rafinesque, 1615* 

Euplocamus Philip pi, 1836 (not Latreille, 1809)* 

Euplocamus Philippi, 1844 [negated by Philippi 

in favor of Idalia]* 

Euribia Rang, 1827 [not Meigen, 1800]* 

Euromus H. & A. Adams, 1858 (subgenus)* 

Eurybia Httbner, 181&* 

Eurycatriona Burn, 1963 (subgenus) 

Eurydice Escnscholtz, 1825* 

Euselenops Pilsbry. 1896* 

Fabius Gistel, 1846* 

Facalana Bergh, 1888* 

Facelina Alder & Hancock, 1855* 

Facelinella Baba, 1949 

Facelinella Pruvot-Fol, 1951* 



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Facelinopsis Pruvot-Fol, 1954* 

Fasciola MUller, 177 4* 

Favorinus M.E. Gray, 1850* 

Felimare Eveline Marcus & Ernst Marcus, 1967 

[type Felimare bayeri Marcus & Marcus, 1967] 

Felimida Marcus, 1971 [type F. sphoni n. sp. OD] 

Fenrisia Bergh, 1888* 

Fidona H.&A. Adams, 185^ [synonym for Fiona 

Forbes & Hanley, 1851 per Abbott, 1974] 

Filurus DeKay, 1843* 

Fimbria Bohadsch, 1761* 

Fiona Alder & Hancock, 1851 [in] Forbes & 

Hanley* 

Fiona Forbes & Hanley, 1851* 

Fiona Alder & Hancock, 1855* 

Flabellina Cuvier, 1830* 

Flabellina Voigt, 1834, ex Cuvier, vernacular 

[type species Doris af finis Gmelin, 1791; ICZN 

781/1966]* 

Flabellina D'Orbigny, 1839 [in] Sagra* 

Flabellina Levinsen, 1902* 

Flabellina de Gregorio, 1930* 

Flabellinopsis MacFarland, 1966 

Forestia Trinchese, 1881* 

Fowlerina Pelseneer, 1888* 

Fracassa Bergh, 1878* 

Fryeria J.E. Gray, 1853* 

Fucola Quoy & Gaimard, 1832* 

Galacera Risso-Dominguez, 1960* 

Galeojanolus Miller, T971* 

Galvina Alder & Hancock, 1855* 

Galvinella Eliot, 1907* 

Ganitus Ernst Marcus, 1953 [type G. evelinae n. 

sp. OD] 

Gargamella Bergh, 1894 

Gastronedyle Rankin, 1979* 

Gastroplax Blainville, 18 19* 

Gasteroptera Blainville, 1825* 

Gastroptera Blainville, 1825* [per Abbott, 1974] 

Gastropteron Kosse, 1813* [per ON9766 & 

0N8023J 

Gastropteron Meckel in Kosse, 1813* [Der Abbott, 

1974] 

Gastropteron Kosse, 1913* 

Geistodoris Risbec, 1928 [error for Geitodoris 

Bergh]* 

Geitodoris Bergh, 1892 

Geitodoris Bergh, 1894 [= Geitodoris Bergh, 1892 

although indicated as n. gen. in 1984] 

Gellina J.E. Gray, 1850* H857 per Abbott, 1974] 

Gervisia Blainyille. 1827* 

Gio6nia Bruguiere, 117891* 

Glaucidium Risbec, 1956* 

Glaucilla Bergh, i860* [1868 per ON9766] 

Glaucoderma Poli, 1795* 

Glauconella M.E. Gray, 1850* 

Glaucus Forster, 1777* 

Glaucus? Gmelin, 1791* 

Gleba Forskal, 1776* 

Gleba Tilesius, 1814* 

Gleba Otto, 1823* 

Globiferina Risbec, 1937* 

Globophiline Habe, 1958* 

Glossodoridella Pruv<jt-Fol, 1951* 

Glossodoridiformia O'Donoghue, 1927* 

Glossodoris Ehrenberg, 1831* 

Godiva Macnae, 1954 [type Hervia quadricolor 

Barnard, 1927 OD] 

Gonieolis M. Sars, 1861* [1859 per 0N9766] 

Goniobranchus Pease, 1866* 

Goniodoridella Pruvot-Fol, 1933* 

Goniodoris Forbes & Goodsir, 1839* 

Govia Trinchese, J885* 

Gravieria Vayssiere, 1912 

Greilada Bergh, 1894* 

Gruvelia Risbec, 1928* 

Guyona Risbec, 1928 [error for Guyonia Risbec, 

1928]* 

Guyonia Risbec, 1928* 

Guyvalvoria Vayssiere, 1906* 



Volume 1 3(7) s 33 

Gymnodoris Stimoson, 1855* 

Gymnotoplax Pilsbry. 189o* 

Halgerda Bergh, 1880 

Halla Bergh, 1878* 

Hallaxa Eliot, 1909* 

Haloa Pilsbry, 1921* 

Halopsyche Bronn, 1862* 

Haminea Turton 4 Kingston, ^330* [Turton, 1830 

per ON9766] 

Haminea Gray, 1847* [per Abbott, 1974] 

Haminella Thiele, 1925* 

Hamineobulla Habe, 1950* 

Hamincea Turton & Kingston in Carrington, 1830* 

Baminoeatys I. Taki, 1951* 

Bancockia Gosse, 1877* 

Banstellodoris Pease, 1871* 

Baustellodoris Bergh, 1875 [error for 

Banstello-doris Pease, 187" * 

Bedyle Bergh, 1895 [not Guenee, 1857; not 

Malmgren. 1865] 

Bedylopsis Thiele, 1931 

Belacophora J.E. Gray, 1842* 

Beliconoides d'Crbigny, 18^5 (subgenus)* 

Belieonoides A. Adams, 1858* 

Bemidoris Stimpson, 1855* 

Beptabranchus Adams, A., 1643* 

Bermaea Loven, 1841* [1844 cer CN9769, 0N8023 

& Abbott, 1974] 

Bermaeina Trinchese, 1873* 

Bermaeopsis Costa, 1869* 

Bermania Monterosato. 1884* 

Bermissenda Bergh, 1o79 

Bero Alder & Hancock, 1855* 

Beromorpha Bereh, 1873* 

Berse Gistel, 1848* [non Cken, 1815 per Abbott, 

1974] 

Bervia Bergh, 1871* 

Berviella Baba, 1949 

Bespereolis Odhner* 

Beterodoris Verrill & Emerton, 1882* 

Beterofusus Fleming, 1823* 

Betercplocanrus Oliver, 19 1^* 

Bexabranchus Ehrenberg, 1o31* 

Bimatella Bergh, 1892 

Bimatina Thiele, 1931 

Birundella M.E. Gray, 1850* 

Bistiomena Mttrch, 1B59* 

Bistomena Farmer, 1980* [error for Bistiomena 

Mttrch, 1859] 

Boloplocamus Odhner, 1926* 

Bcmoiodoris, Bergh. 1882 

Bopkinsea Donoghue, 1927 error for 

Bopkinsia MacFarland, 1905]* 

Bopkinsia MacFarland, 1905 [type B. rosacea n. 

sd. OD] 

Bopkinsiella Baba, 1938 

Boplodoris Bergh, 1880* 

Byalaea Lamarck, 1801* 

Byalocylis Fol, 1875* 

Byalocylix Fischer, 1883 [emendation of Hyalo- 

cylis Fol, 1875]* 

Hyalopatina Dall, 1899* 

Byalus Kosse, 1813 [emendation of Byalaea 

Lamarck, 1801]* 

Bydatina Schumacher, 18 17* 

Bydatoria Iredale, 1936* 

Hydromyles Gistel, 1848* 

Bymenaeolis Costa, A., 1867 for, 1863* 

Bypobranchaea Adams, 1848* 

Bypobranchiaea A. Adams, 1847* 

Bypselodoris Stimpson, 1855* 

Icarus Forbes. 1844* ■ 

Ictis Alder & Hancock, 1847 [not Kaup, 1829]* 
Idalia Leuckart, 1828 [not HUbner, 1819]* 
Idaliella Bergh, 188 1 
Idalina Norman, 1890* 
Idalia 0rsted, 1844* 
Idnlia Leach, 1852* 
Iduliana O'Donoghue, 193^-* 



folume 1 3(7) s 3 1 * 

Iduiiella Thiele, 1931 s 

Ilbia Burn, 196 3 

Ildiea Bergh, 1389* 

Indoeratena Odhner, 1940* 

LnopinodGQ Bouchet, 1975 

Inuda Eveline Marcus & Ernst Marcus, 1967 s 

[type species Inuda luarna Marcus & Marcus, 

1907] 

Issa Bergh, 1881 [npn Walker, 1867] 

Issena Iredale & O'Donoghue, 1923* 

Jacunia DeFilippi, 1867* 

Janolus Bergh, 1884* 

Janus Verany, 1844* 

Japonactaeon I. Taki, 1956* 

Jason Miller, 1974 

Jeasrisbecia Odhner in Franc, 1968 

Joannisia Monterosato, 1884* 

Johania Monterosato, 1884* 

Jojenia Aradas, 1847* 

Jorunna Bergh, 1876* 24(2):124-125 

pardus Behrens & Henderson, 1981 24(2):125- 
125, figs. 8-12, 15-16 
jQubiniopsis Risbec, 1928* 
Juaneila Odhner, 1922 
Julia Gould, 1862* 
Kalinga Alder & Hancock, 1864* 
Kaioplocasius Bergh, 1892* 
Kanilla Silvertrop. 1838* 
Kanilla Sowerby, 1838* [per Abbott, 1974] 
Kentiella Pruvot-Fol, 1931* 
Kentrodoris Bergh, 187 6* 

ELio Martens, 1831 [transliterative emendation 
of Clio Linnaeus, 1767]* 
Koonsia Verrill, 1882* 
Lafontia Locard, 1886* 
Laginiopsis A. Pruvot-Fol, 1922* 
Lai la MacFarland, 1905 [type L. cockerelli n. sp. 
0D] 

Lamellidoridella Baba, 1938 (subgenus) 
Lanieilidoris Alder & Hancock, 1855* 
Laiaprohaminoea Kuroda & Habe, 1952* 
Lanxogerus Blainville, 1816* 
Laona. J * [in ON9769? synonym for Phi line 

Eruinosa J 
apinura Ernst Marcus & Eveline Marcus, 1970 
[type Ildiea divae Marcus, 1963 0D] 
Laplysia Linnaeus, 1767* 
Laplysia Bosc, 1802 [in Abbott, 1974] 
Laplysia Montagu, 18 10* 
Lateribranchiaea Stearns, 1873* 
Lathopthalmus Pruvot-Fol, 1931* 
Laura Trinchese, 1873* 

Learchis Bergh, 1896 [1889 per Abbott, 1974] 
Lecithophorus Macnae, 1953* 
Leucophysema. Dall, 1908 (subgenus)* 
Liloa Pilsbry, 1921* 
Liopsole Odhner* 

Limacia O.F. MUller, 1781 [type species Doris 
clavigera O.F. MUller, 1776; ICZM 833/1967] 
Limacxna Bosc, 1817* 
Limacina Cuvier, 1817* 
Limacina Lamarck, 1819* 
Limapontia Johnston, 1836* 
Li max Linnaeus, 1761* 
Limenandra Haef el finger & Stamm, 1958* 
Limulatys Iredale, 1936* 
Linguella Ferussac, 1822* 

Linguella Blainville, 1823* [1825 per ON8023] 
Linteria A. Adams, 1850* 
Liopa J.E. Gray, 1840* 
Lirxope Gistel, 1847* 
Lissacteon Monterosato, 1890* 
Lissodoris Odhner, 1934 
Livorniella Rankin, 1979* 
Lobaria O.F. MUller, 1776* 
Lobaria Blainville, 1825* 
Lobiancoia Trinchese, 1881* 
Lcbifera Pease, 1866* 
Lobiger Krohn, 1847* 
Lockyerana Kelaart, E.F., 1859* 



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Loraanotus Verany, 1844* 

Lonhoeercus Kronn, 1847* 

LoDhodoris G.0. Sars, l8?8* 

Lcpbopleura Thiele, 1912 [not Ragonot, 1891]* 

Lophopleurelia Zilch, 1956* 

Lukuria Modeer, 1792* 

Madrella Alder & Hancock, 1864* 

Malybe J.E. Gray, 1840 [error for Melibe Rang, 

13291* 

Mamiilocyliehna Nordsieck, 1972* 

Mancohedyle Salvini-Plawen, 1973* 

Mariana Pruvot-Fol, 1930* 

Marianina Pruvot-Fol, 1930* 

Marionia Vayssiere, 1877* 

Marioniopsis Odhner, 1934 

Haraunibina Rankin, 1979* 

Massya Pruvot-Fol, 1924* 

Matharena Bergh, in MQrch, 1871* [1875 per 

Abbott, 1974] 

Maua Ernst Marcus & Eveline Marcus, 1960* 

Maxacteon Rudman, 1971* 

Melanochlamys Cheeseman, 188 1* 

Melibaea Forbes. 1838 [misspelling for Melibe 

Rang, 1829; ICZN 697/1964] 

Melibe Rang, 1829* 

Melibea Johnston, 1838 [for Melibe Rang, 1829]* 

Melibcea Forbes, I83B [Misspelling for Melibe 

Rang, 1829; ICZN 697/1964]* 

Meloscaphander Schepman, 1913* 

Metacteon Thiele* 

Metaplysia Pilsbry, 1951* 

Metaruncina Baba, 1967 

Mexichromis Bertsch, 1977 

Miamira Bergh, 1874* 

Micratys Habe, 1952* 

Micraenigma Berry, 1953* 

Micrella Bergh, 1899 

Microdonta Bonnevie, 1913* 

Microglyphis Dall, 1902* 

Microhedyle Hertling, 1930* [1932 per ON9766] 

MLcrolophus Rochebrune & Mabille, 1889* [not 

Dumeril & Bebron, 18371 

Mxcromelo Pilsbry, 1o94* 

Midorigai Burn, 1960 

Miesea Ernst Marcus, 196 1 [type Embletonia 

evelinae Marcus, 1967 0D] 

Mimatys Habe, 1952* 

Miranda Alder & Hancock, 1847 for, 1846* 

Mnestia H. & A. Adams, 1854 (subgenus)* 

Montagua Fleming, 1822* 

Montagua Spence Bate [AmphipodL 1856* 

Montaguia Costa, A., 18o7 for, 18o4 [error for 

Montagua Fleming, 1822]* 

Montereina MacFarland, 1905 [type M. nobilis n. 

so. 0D] 

Mbridilla Bergh, 1888 

Mourgona Ernst Marcus & Eveline Marcus, 1970 

[type M. murca n. sp. 0D1 

Muessa Ernst Marcus, 1965 [type M. evelinae n. 

sp. OD] 

Munthea van der SDoel, 1967* 

Myesota Grav, 1847* 

Myja Bergh, 1896 

Myonia A. Adams, i860* 

Myosota Gray, 1847 [per Abbott, 1974] 

Myrelia Odhner, 1963 

Myrrnine Bergh, 1905 

NanuGa Ernst Marcus, 1957* 

Narraeolidia Burn, 1961* 

Haucum Schumacher, 1817* 

Nausisacha Gistel, 1848* 

Navanax Pilsbry, 1895* 

Navarehus Cooper, 1863 [not Filippi & Verany, 

1859]* 

Neacteocina Kuroda & Habe, 1952* 

Neactaeonina Thiele, 19 12 5 

Neaplysia Cooper, (subgenus) 1863* 

Necro-aanbes Gistel, 1848* 

Nectophyllirrhoe Hoffman, 1922* 

Neda H.&A. Adams, 185o* 



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Nembrotha Bergh, 1877* 
Nembrothoa Day, 1970* 
Nemocephala A. Costa, 1867* 
Neodorls Baba, 1938 
Nerea Lesson, 1831* 
Nereus Rafinesque, 1815* 
Newnesia Smith, 1902* 
Nipponatys Kuroda & Habe, 1952* 
Nirva Bergh, 1905 

Njuria Ernst Marcus & Eveline Marcus, 1960* 
Noalda Iredale, 1936* 
Nona H. & A. Adams, 1854* 
Nossis Bergh, 1902* 
Notaeolidia Eliot, 1905* 

Notarche Risso, 1818* [synonym for Elysia per 
Abbott. 197^] 
Notarchus Cuvier, 18 17* 
Notobranchaea Pelseneer, 1886* 
Notobryon Odhner, 1936* 
Notodiaphana Thiele, 1917* 
Notodoris Bergh, 1875* 
Noumea Risbec, 1928* 
Noumeaella Risbec, 1937* 
Nuvuca Eveline Marcus & Ernst Marcus, 1967 
[type N. lurca n. sd. OD] 
Obrussa Iredale, 1925* 
Odostomiopsis Thiele, 1903* 
Ohlinia Strebel. 1905* 
Ohola Bergh, 1883 
Oicodespina Gistel, 1848* 
Oithona Alder & Hancock, 1851 [in] Forbes & 
Hanley* 

Oithona Alder & Hancock. 1851* 
Okadaia Baba, 1930* [1937 per ON9766] 
Okenia Brown, 1822* 
Okenia Leuckart, 1826 [in] Bronn* 
Okenia Menke, 1830* 
Olea Agersborg, 1923* 
Oleo Farmer, 1980* [misspelling for Olea 
Agersborg, 1923] 
Olrikii Morch, 1857* 
Ombrella Blainville, 1824* 

Onchidiorus Ferussac, 1822 [for Onchidorus de 
Blainville, 1816]* 

Onchidora Cuvier, 1830 [misspelling for Onchi- 
dorus Blainville, 1816]* 
Onchidoris J.E. Gray, 1840 Terror for 
Onchidorus Blainville, 1816J* 
Onchidoris Iredale & O'Donoghue, 1923 [for 
Onchidorus, Blainville, 1816J* 
Onchidoris Winckworth, 1932 [emendation for 
Onchidorus, Blainville, 1816]* 



Onchidorus Blainville, 1816* 
Onchiodora Demarest, 1858 [for Onchidorus 
Desmarest, 1858]* 

Oncidiodoris Agassiz, 1846 [emendation for 
Blainville, 1816]* 

Oncidoris Herrmannsen, 1847 [emendation for 
Onchidora Cuvier, 18301* 

Oncodoris Agassiz, 18 4b [ememdation for Onchi- 
dora Cuvier, 1830 J* 

Oncodoris Agassiz, 1846 [emendation for Onchi- 
dorus Blainville, 1816]* 
Operculatua H. & A. Adams. 1854* 
Orbignyia A, Adams, 1859 (subgenus)* 
Orodoris Bergh, 1875* 
Oscaniella Bergh, 1897* 
Oscaniopsis Bergh, 1897* 
Oscanius ?Pruvot-Fol, 1954* 
Osorattis Iredale, 1929* 
Ossiania Monte rosato, 1884* 
Otinodoris White, 1948* 
Ovula ?Forbes & Hanley, 1850* 
Ovuiacteon Dall, 1899* [1889 per Abbott, 1974] 
Oxynoe Rafinesque, 1819* 
Paedoclione Danforth, 1907* 
Palio J.E. Gray, 1857* 
Paliolla Burn, 1958 
PalLiohedyle Rankin, 1979* 



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Palisa Edmunds, 1964* 
Paraclione Tesch, 1903* 
Paracoryphelia Mailer.* 
Paradoris Bergh, 1884* 
Paraganitus Challis, 1968* 
Parahaminoea Kuroda & Habe, 1952* 
Paratritonia Baba, 1949 
Paravolvulella Harry (subgenus), 1967* 
Parhedyle Thiele, 1931 
Parthenopia. Oken, 18 15* 
Parvaplustruai Powell, 1951* 
Pelagella J.E. Gray, 1850* 
Pellibranchus Ralph, 1944* 
Pelta Quatrefages, 1844* 
Peltodoris Bergh, 1880* 
Penthominea Iredale, 1926* 
Peplidea J.E. Gray, 1847 [for Peplidia Lowe, 
1842]* 

Peplidia R.T. Lowe. 1842* 
Peracle Forbes, 1844* 
Peraclis Forbes, 1844* 
Perbullina Iredale, 1929* 
Peribea Rafinesque, 1815* 
Peronodoris, Bergh, 1909* 

Peronotus O'Donoghue, 1929 r error for Perono- 
doris Bergh. 19041* 
Petalifera Gray, 1847* 
Petelodoris Bergh, 1882* 

PhanerobrancheTus) Fredol (Moquin Tandon), 
1865* 

Phaneropthalmus A. Adams, 1550* 
Pherusa Rafinesque, 1815* 
Phestilla Bergh, 1874* 
Phialodoris Bergh, 1890* 
Phidiana J.E. Gray, 1850* 
Phidianelle* 
Philine Ascanius, 1772* 
Philinoglossa Hertling, 19' 
Philinopsis Pease, i860* 
Philinorbis Habe, 1950* 
Pbilodoris Bergh, 1890* 
Philopseudes Gistel. 1848* 
Philyrine Menke, 1844 [Corruotion of 
Phylliroe]* 

Phlegmodoris Bergh, 1878* 
Phoenicurum Rudolphi, 1819* 
Phycophila A. Adams, 1861* 
Phyllaplysia P. Fischer, 1372* 
Phyllidia Cuvier, 1797* 
Phyllidiella Bergh. 1869* 
PhyLLidiopsis Bergh. 1875 
PhylHrhoe Oken, T8f5 [for Phyll ir oe Peron & 
Lesueur, 1810]* 

Phylliroe Peron & Lesueur, '310* 
Phyllirrhoe Menke, 1828 [for Phylliroe Peron & 
Lesueur, 1810]* 

Phyllobranchillus Pruvot-Fol, 1933* 
Phyllobranchopsis Cockerell 4 Eliot. 1905* 
Phyllobranchopsis Eliot in Cockerell & Eliot, 
1905* 

Phyllobranchus Alder & Hancock, 1864* 
Phyllodesmiopsis Risso-Domine;uez, 1964 
Phyllodesmium Ehrenberg, 183^* 
Physema H. & A. Adams, 1854* 
Physopneunson Costa, 1864* 
Pinufius Ernst & Eveline Marcus, 1960* 
Piseinotecus Ernst Marcus, 1955 [type P. horatii 
n. sp. monotype] 
Placida Trinchese, 1876* 

Placobranchus Hasselt, 1824 ["misspelling for 
Plakobranchus van Hasselt, 18241* 
Plakobranchus van Hasselt, 1324* 
Platydoris Bergh, 1877* 
Platyhedyle Salvfni-Plawen, 1973* 
Pleurobranchaea Leue, 1813* 
Pleurobranchella Thiele, 1925* 
Pleurobranchidium Blainville, 1825* 
Pleurobranchillus Bergh, 1893 
Pleurobranchoides O'Donoghue, 1929* 
Pleurobranchopsis Verrill, 1900* 



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Pleurobranchus Cuvier, 1804* 

Pleuroleura Bergh, 187 4* 

Pleorolidla Burn. 1966 

Pleurophyllidea Norman. 1888 [error for Pleuro- 

ghyllidia Meckel. 18 16]* 

Pieuropfayliidla Meckel, 1816* 

PleurophylHdia Stammer, 1816 [jDer Abbott, 1974] 

Pleurophyilidiella Eliot, 1903 [type P. horatii 

n. sp. monotype] 

PieurophyUxdiopsis Tchang-Si, 193 4* 

Pleuropus Rafinesque, 1815 [emendation for 

Scyllaea Linnaeus, 1758]* 

Pleuropus Pfeffer, 1879* 

Ploeamoceras D'Orbingy, 1841 [for Ploeamoeeros 

Cuvier, 1830]* 

Plccamoceros Cuvier, 1830 [error for Plocamo- 

pherus Leuckart, 1828]* 

Plocamocerus Dujardin, 1847 [for Ploeamoceros 

Cuvier, 1830]* 

Pioeamopfrerus Leuckart, 1828* 

Plocamdphorus RUppeLi & Leuckart; 1831* 

PlocamcDhorus J.E. Gray, 1840 [error for 

Plc-camopherus Ruppell & Leuckart, 1831]* 

Plccamcphorus Fewkes, 1889 [for Pioeamopherus 

Leuckart, 1828]* 

Pluscula Ernst Marcus,, 1953* 

Pneumodera (Cuvier) Peron & Lesueur, 1810* 

Pneumoderma Cuvier, 1805* [per Abbott, 1974] 

Pneumoderma Roissy. 1805* 

Pneumoderma Peron & Lesueur, 1810* [Der 

ON9766] 

Pneumcdermopsis Bronn, 1862* 

Pneumcdermopsis Keferstein. 1862* 

Polybranchia Pease, i860 [1861?]* 

Polycera Cuvier, 18 17* 

Polyceras Locard, 1886 [emendation for 

Polycera Cuvier, 1817 D* 

Polycerelia Verrill, 1881 for 1880* 

Ponitolisaax Crephlen, 1848* 

Posteobranchus Gray, 1847* 

Posteriobranchus Gray, 1847* 

Posterobranchaea d'Qrbigny, 1837* 

Potamius Gistel, 1848* 

Praegiiscita Burn, 1957* 

Prasxna Deshayes, 1863* 

Precuthona Odhner, 1929* 

Prionoglossa Tesch, 1950 s 

Proclio Hubendick, 1951* 

Proctonotus Alder & Hancock, 1844* 

Procymbulia Meisenheimer, 1905* 

Prcdoridunculus Thiele, 1912* 

Propemelibe Allan, 1932* 

Protaeolidiella Baba, 1955 

Protaporia March, 1857* 

Pruvotaplysia Engel, (subgenus) 1936* 

Pruvotella Pruvot-Fol* 

Pruvotfolia Tardy, 1969 

Pseudacteon Thiele, 19 25* 

Fseudaplysia Pilsbry, 1896* 

Pseudobornella Baba, 1932* 

PseudoIIbia Miller & Rudman, 1968* 

Pseudotritonia Thiele, 1912* 

Pseudovermis Periaslavzeff, 1891* 

[Pereyaslaw-zewa, 1981 in ON97693 

Pseudunela Salvini-Plawen, 1973* 

Psiloeercs Menke, 1844* 

Psilocerosa Paetel, 1875 [error for Psiloeercs 

Menke, 1844]* 

Psyche Rang, 1825* [non Linnaeus, 1785 per 

Abbott, 1974] 

Pteraeolidia Bergh, 1875 

Pteroeeanis Meisenheimer, 1903* 

Pterochilus Alder & Hancock, 1844 [not Klug, 

Webber & Mohr, 1805]* 

Pterodoris Ehrenbergh, 1831* 

Pteregastron Pease, i860* 

Pterygophysis Fischer. 1883* 

Ptisanula Odhner, 1914* 

Puelchaeoiidia Risso-Domingue'z, 1964* 



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Pugnus Hedley, 189 6* 

Pupa RSding, 179.8* 

Pupa Lamar ck, 1801* 

Pyrunculus Pilsbry, 1895 in Tyron & Pilsbry 

[type Bulla (Atya) piriformis A. Adams, 1850 in 

Sowerby; ICZN 512/1954] 

Quibulla Iredale, 1929* 

Ramosaclesia iredale, 1929* 

Rangiotela Pruvot-Fol. 1948* 

Reifchna Rudman, 1971* 

Retusa T. Brown, 1827* [type Bulla obtusa 

Montagu, 1803; ICZN 568/1959] 

Rhabdochila P. Fischer, 188 3* 

Rhaccdoris March, 186 4 3 (subgenus)* 

Rhinodiaphana Lemche* 1967 [type Amphisphyra 

ventricosa Jeffreys, 1865 0D] 

Rhizobranchus Philippi, 1853* 

Rhizorus Montfort, 1810* 

Rhodigina Bergh, 1877* 

Rhodope KOlliker, J 847* 

Rhodoplana Vayssiere, 1906* [type R. wandeli n. 

sp. monotype (described as a turbellarian but 

of problematic affinites. May prove to be an 

opisthobranch. See 0N5463)] 

Rhyzobranchus Cantraine, 1835* 

RietaxLella Habe, 1958* 

Rictaxis Dall, 1871* 

Ringicula Deshayes, 1838* 

Risbecia Odhner, 1934* 

Rizzolia Trinchese, 1877* 

RLzzolia Bergh, 1880 (not Trinchese, 1877)* 

Roboastra Bergh, 1877* 

Rolandia Pruvot-Fol, 1951* 

Rosodoris Pruvot-Fol, 1954* 

Rostanga Bergh, 1879* 

Roxania Turton, 1834* 

Roxania Gray, 1847* [0N9769 .& ON9766] 

Roxaniella Monterosato, 1884* 

Roya Iredale, 1912* 

Runcina Forbes, 1851* [1853 in ON9769; Forbes & 

Hanley, 1853 in Abbott, 1974] 

Runcinella Odhner, 1924* 

Runcinida Burn, 1963 

Runnica Miller & Rudman, 1968* 

Sabatia Bellardi, 1877* 

Sabatina Dall, 1908* 

Sabulincola Rankin, 1979* 

Sagaminopteron Tokioka & Baba, 1964* 

Sakuraeolis Baba in Baba & Hamatani, 1965 

Samla Bergh, 1900 

Sancara Bergh, i860* 

Sao H. & A. Adams, 1854 [net Billberg,. 1820]* 

Sapha Ernst Marcus, 1959 (type S. amicorum n. 

sp. OD) 

Sarcopterus Rafinesque, 1814* 

Scaea Philippi, 1844*" 

Scaphander Montfort, 18 10* [type Bulla lignaria 

Linnaeus, 1756; ICZN 287/1954] 

Schizobrachiusi Meisenheimer, 1903* 

Seierodoris Eliot, 1903 (type not specified) 

Scyllaea Linneaus, 1758* 

Scyllea Gray, 1821 [for Scyllaea Linnaeus, 

1758]* 

Sebadoris Ernst Marcus & Eveline Marcus, 1960* 

Selva Edmund s 7 1964* 

Semiretasa Thiele, 1925 (subgenus)* 

Sericohaminoea Habe, 1952^ 

Setoeolis Baba in Baba & Hamatani, 1965 

Shinanoeo.lls Baba in Baba & Hamatani, 1965 

Shinanoeolis Baba, 1937* 

Sidonia Schultze, 1854* 

Sinohaminea Tchang-Si, 1933* 

Slphonatus Adams & Reeve, 1848 [not Brandt, 

1837]* 

Siraius Marcus. 1955 (tyoe S. ilo n. sp. 0D) 

Saaragdinelia A. Adams, 1848* 

Solidula Fischer von Waldheim, 1807* 

Spahria Risbec, 1928* 

Speo Risso, 1826* 

Sphaerocylichna Thiele, 1925* 



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Sphaerodoris Bergh, 1877* 
Sphaero3toma MacGillivray, 1843* 
f estiva, 4(2):61 
flemingi, b(1):50 
tetraquetra, 12(0:134 
undulata, 3S:31-32, 4(2):62, 12(1):132 
Spiratella Blainville, 1817* 
Spirialis Loven, 1847* 
Spissitydeus Iredale, 1936* 
Spongiobranchaea d'Orbigny, 1836* [1840 per 
0N9766] 33:122 

Spongiodoris Pruvot-Fol, 1933* 
SpurSla Bereh, 1864* 3S:56 

chromosoma, 3S:2, 47, 54-57, 4(2):62, 68, 
6(1):4, 6(2):63, 9(1):71, 80, 10(3):235, 244, 
11(4):361 

inornata, 3S:56 

neapolitana, 3S: 55-56 

oliviae, 11(4)428, 12(3):372 

orientalis, 3S:56 

risbeci, 3S:56 
Spurillidae, 4(2):68 
Staurodoris Bergh, 187 8* 
Stellaspina Rankin, 1979* 
Stenodoris Pease, i860* 
Stephylla Rafinesque, 1815* 
Stiliger Ehrenberg, 1831* 4(2):86, 98 

fuscatus, 4(2):98, 12(2):174 

fuscovittata, 5(0:33-35, 6(2) :69, 9(1):70, 72, 
11(2):100, 103, 11(4):428 

gopalai, 4(2):89, 95, 98 



Volume 1 3(7) : 37 



:98 



;i):70 

.not Kirby & Spence, 



talis, 4(2):98 

vanellus, 4(2) 

sp., 9(3):279 

spp., 4(2):95 
Stiligeridae, 6(2):69, c 
Strategus Cooper, 1863 
1828]* 
Strigopupa Habe, 1958* 
Strubellia Odhner, 1937* 
Styliola Lesueur, 1825* [1827 per ON9766] 
3S:105 
Styliola Gray, 1850* 

subula, 33:106 
Stylocheilus Gould, 1852* 3S:97 

longicauda, 3S:97, 9(3):341, 12(3):371 
Subcuthona Baba, 1949 
Suctoria, 3S:2, 4(2):66, 5(1):35, 6(2):70, 
9(1):70, 12(4):388 
Sulcoretusa Burch, 1945* 5(3):115 
Sulcoretusa Smith & Gordon, 1949* 
Sulcularia Dall, 1921 [not Rafinesque, 1831]* 
5(3):115 

Susania Gray, 1857* 
Syphonopyge Bronn & Keferstein, 1866* 
Syphonota H. & A. Adams, 1854* 3S:91 
Tamanovalva Kawaguti & Baba, 1959* 3(0:29-30 

liaiax, 3(0:28 
Tamanovalvidae, 4(2):95 
Tambja Burn, 1962 
Tantulum Rankin, 1979* 

Taringa Ernst Marcus, 1955 (type T. telopia n. 
sp. 0D) 

Tayuva Eveline Marcus & Ernst Marcus, 1967 
(type T. ketos n. sp. 0D) 
Tectibranchia, 2(0:13, 3S:99, 11(3):239 
Telarma Odhner, 1934 

Tenellia A. Costa, 1866 for 1863* 3(2):49, 
6(2):65 

fuscata, 11(4):420 

pallida. 6(2):65, 72 

ventilabrum, 6(2):65 

sp., 3(2):49 
Tepidatys Iredale, 1936* 
Tergipedidae, 9(3):284-285 
TergLpes Cuvier, 1805* 
Tergipes Risso, 1818* 
Tergipes Fleming, 1828* 

despectus, 11{4):419 

tergipes, 11(4):419 



n, S .P.-' 
Teshxa 

Tethis 

1758]* 
Tethya 



6(0:4 

Edmunds, 1966 
Bosc, 1802 [error 



'or Tethys Linnaeus, 
for Tethys 



J.E. Gray, 1840 [err< 
Linnaeus, 1758J* 
Tethys Linnaeus, 1758* 

Tethys Linnaeus, 1767* [tyre Tethys fimbria 
Linnaeus, 1767; ICZN 200/1954] 
Thalassopterus Kwietniewski, 19 10* 
Thallepus Swainscn. 1840* 
Thecacela Bronn, 1866 [error for Theeacera 
Fleming, 1828]* 
Theeacera Fleming, 1828* 

Thecaceras Locard, 1886 [emendation for Theea- 
cera Fleming, 1828 J* 

Thecathera J.E. Gray, 1840 r emendation for 
Theeacera Fleming, 1828]* 
Theceurybia Bronn, 1862* 
Themisto Oken, 1815* [non Cken, 1807 per 
ON8023] 

Thilea Strebel, 1908* 
Thimna Bergh, 1905* 
Thliptodon Boas, 1886* 
Thordisa Bergh, 1877* 24(2):120 

rubescens Behrens & Henderson, 1981 
24(2):120-124, figs. 1-7, 13-14 
Thorunna Bergh, T878* 
Thuridilla Bergh, 1872* 
Timorella Bergh, 1905 
Tochuina Odhner, 1963 
Toledonia Dall, 1902* 
Tomlinula Strand, 1932* 
Toorna Burn, 1964 
Tornatella Lamarck, 1816* 
Tornatina Adams, 1850* 
Trapania Pruvot-Fol, 1931* 
Trevelyana E.F. Kelaartj 1856* 
Trevelyania Bronn, 18 66 [error for Trevelyana 
E.F. Kelaart, 1858J* 
Trichocyclus Eschscholtz, 1525* 
Tricla Philipson, 1788* 
Tridachia Deshayes, 1857* 

Tridachiella MacFarland, 1924 (type Tridachia 
diomedea Bergh, 1894 0D) 

Trinchesia Ihering, 1879 [type species Doris 
caerulea Montagu, 1804; ICZN" 777/1966] 
Triopa Johnston, 1838* 
Triopella G.0. Sars, 1878* 
Triopha Bergh, 1880 
Trippa Bergh, 1877* 

Tritonia Cuvier, [1797] [tyoe: Tritonia 
hombergii Cuvier, 1803; ICz*M 668/1963] 
Tritonia Lamarck, 1801* 
Tritonidoxa Bergh, 1907* 
Tritoniella Eliot, 1907* 6(0:48-49, 51 

belli, 6(0:51 
Tritoniidae, 3S:2, 4(2):67, 6(0:48, 51, 6(2):71, 
9(3):283-284 
Tritoniopsilla Pruvot-Fol, 1933* 6(0:50-51 

tetraquetra, 12(0:134 
Tritoniopsis Eliot, 1905* 3S:32, 6(0:48, 50 

alba, 6(0:51 

aurantia. 3S:32, 4(2):67, 4(3):155, 12(0:134 

brucei, 6( 1):51 

capensis, 6( 0:48 

elegans, 6(0:50 

gigantea, 3S:32 

Elebeia, 6(0:48 
Btraquetra, 3S:32, 6(0:48, 50, 6(2):71 
Tularia Burn, 1966 

Tullia Pruvot-Fol, 1933 (subgenus)* 3S:10, 
5(4):146 

Tumbia Burn, 1962 (subgenus) 
Tylodina Rafinesque, 1814* [1819 per 0N9766 & 
Abbott, 1974] 

fungina, 2(0:14, 4(2):65, 11(4):429, 12(2):299 
Tylodinella Mazzarelli, 1897* 
Tylodinidae, 4(2):65 
Tyriana Bergh, 1898 [error for Tyrinna Ber 



Villersia Cken, To42 [error for Viliiersia 

d'Crbignv, 1837]* 
Villiersia d 'Orbismv. 18^7« 



Volume 13(7): 38 

1898] 

Tyrinna Bergh, 1898* 
Umbraculacea, 4(2):65 
OEbraoulum Schumacher, 1817* 
tobrella Lamarck, 1819* 

Unela Ernst Ma)- 3, 1953 [type U. remanei n. sp. 
CD ] 

Utriculastra Thiele, 1925* 
eulcpsis M: Cars, 1870* 
Utricuiu3 Brown, 1844 [not Schumacher, 1817]* 
[junior homonym; junior objective synonym of 
Retusa Brown, 1c : f\ ICZN 568/1959] 
Vaginella Daudin, 1800* 

Varrxa.Eale- (subgenus)* 5(4):146, 8(1):16 

Vayssierea c. 1928* 

Vayssiereidae IG(2):171 

Venilia ' liancock, 1844 (not Stephens, 

1835)* 

Vercenia I Fol, 1931* 

VerriJ ■. \ Cossman, 1910* 

Vertunm 182 3* 

Veslc : n, 1b 40* 

..gould: aa, 2(2J:33,. 3(1):24~25 x .27-28 

d 

Villiersia d'Orbigny, 1837< 

Vitrella Swainson, 18^40^ [junior objective 

synonym of Akera Milller, 1776; ICZN 539/1959] 

Vitrella Clessin, 1877* [junior homonym of 

Vitrella Swainson, 1840; ICZN 539/1959] 

Vitreohami noea Kuroda & Habe, 1952* 

Volvaria ? [synonym of Retusa umbilicata per 

ON9766] 

Volvatella Pease, i860* 

Volvula A. Adams, 1850 [not Gistl, 18481* 

vula A. Adams, 1862 [not Gistl, I848]*^£per 



Abbott, 1974] 
", 'vulella Newton, 189 1* 
■'ulopsis Schepman, 1913* 
;:kauffia A. Adams, 165b* 
Vesteraia Blainville, 1827* 
Woodbridgea Berry, 1953* 
XanthonelLa M.E. Gray. 1850* 
nocraiena Odhner, 1940* 
lodoris Odhner * 

imaia Habe, 1950* 

liot, 1902 (type Z. brovmi n. sp. 
monotvpe) 

vuatrefages, 1844* 12(3):279 

2 send comments and additions to this . 
g editor. I feel this will develoD into 
a v jwerful tool if people will just add to 

it ihey work on various species and papers. 
I would recommend that everyone write the ON 
citation number on papers in their working 
library to facilitate indexing. 

One section of this job which could easily be 
done would be to compare the species names 
found in and after ON citations already printed 
and add them to a copy of the list above." 
Anyone willing to add to the index above will 
receive a free copy of the updated list to work 
from including updates done by myself and other 
people. 

fhe next listing for this index will 
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1983 so the best way to get one is by adding to 
the list yourself. In addition to the bribe, 
this will prevent too much duplication of 
effort. 

Please send deletions for any names which 
are not opisthobranchs as defined in the March, 
1961 issue of the Opisthobraneh Newsletter on 
page 11. The same information will be useful 
for any previously cited papers which do not 
include opisthobranchs. 

If anyone is interested in adding another 
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indexing the Nautilus, for example. 

EDITOR'S NOTE 

The next necessary index is a cross 
reference between ON citation number and the 
volume and page numbers where the most 
complete citation appears in the ON. 

Examples are given here. 

10000 13^25 

10001 13:25 

10002 13:25-26 

10003 13:26 

I should be able to print this listing at 
least 4 columns across the page by 80 lines 
down. This will yield 320 references per page. 
Since there are about 6000 citation numbers it 
will take almost 20 pages to print them all, but, 
the list should allow people to find things 
quickly and easily. Deleted references would 
simply not appear in the next edition of the 
index. 

I would appreciate reader comments on the 
need for such an index and I would especially 
like to have a volunteer to do the job. All you 
need is a complete set of the Opisthobraneh 
Newsletter. 

I doubt that many people even notice and most 
probably do not care but the amount of 
information in each page of the Opisthobraneh 
Newsletter has more than doubled since the 
early issues. 

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prices to Steven Long. 

09970 BEHRENS, DAVID W., 198O. Pacific 
Coast Nudibranchs. 112 pp., 177 color photos. 
$14.95. paperback. 

0998d FARMER, W.M., 1980. Sea-Slug 
Gastrooods. 177 pp., 157 illus. $10.00 paoerback. 

09964 GOTTSHALL, D.W. & L.L. LAURENCE, 
1979- Pacific Coast Subtidal Marine 
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GOTTSAHLL, D.W. 1981. Pacific Coast Inshore 
Fishes. 96" pp., 126 color photos, $11.50 
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I will start adding the microfiche papers and 
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This is the end of this issue. I hope to 
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OPISTHOBR ANCH NEWSLETTE 

December, 1981 
Volume 13, 
Number 
Page 39 




Jorunna pardus Behrens & Henderson, 1 9 8 1 
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This is my Christmas newsletter. 1981 has 
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has recovered almost completely from her 
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Thank you all for the Christmas cards and 
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Thanks to Dr. P.L. Phung for proof reading 
the Poizat paper below. Thanks to Jim 
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Behrens, Dr. Baba, Eveline Marcus, and 
others who have provided material for this 
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I have a volunteer to cross-index the back 
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The suggestion has been made to rearrange 
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I do not want to list names except as 
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